Last month 14 ISPs in Netherlands serving 98 percent of the consumer market initiated a joint effort to fight against malware-infected computers and botnets. The effort includes: Exchange of information within the coalition; Quarantine of infected computers; and notification of end-users by their ISP. Gadi Evron over at Dark Reading reports: "In recent years, bot-infected computers have been a growing problem for end-user ISPs as more and more resources are being wasted, and not paid for. And the growing global threat of DDoS attacks and other security concerns have shown ISPs that in order to get help in case of DDoS attack, they need to be a more friendly and reputable service themselves."
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|DNS Security||Registry Services|
|IP Addressing||White Space|
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