Mark Jeftovic

Mark Jeftovic

Co-Founder, easyDNS Technlogies Inc.
Joined on July 9, 2003 – Canada
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About

Founder and CEO of easyDNS.com, an outsourced DNS provider since 1998. Former Director to Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), 2002-2005. Guitarist & founder of The Parkdale Hookers, the open source punk rockers from hell.

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Business Email Compromised (BEC) Scams Explode Under the GDPR Implementation

New gTLDs Are Great for Pump-and-Dumps, Phishes and More...

Curbing Cyber- and Typosquatting

ICANN and a Lot of Other People Outsmart Themselves With .SUCKS

Nameserver Operators Need the Ability to "Disavow" Domains

Dear Industry Canada, Is Now a Good Time to Replace CIRA?

The Great ITU Internet Heist

Will Google Search Replace Domain Names?

Hotels.com Denied Trademark, Too Generic Says Court

NeuStar Experiences Partial Outage as DynDNS Tries to Turn up the Heat

ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market

Users Don't Like Forwarded Spam

Domain Aftermarket Overdue for an "Asset Repricing"

OpenDNS: It's Not SiteFinder for Obvious Reasons

AFNIC and DNS Server Redelegation

The Credible Threat

Whither DNS?

Fight Spam With the DNS, Not the CIA

Topic Interests

DNSDomain NamesICANNWhoisPrivacyNew TLDsSpamCybersecurityLawCensorshipTelecomNet NeutralityDomain ManagementPolicy & RegulationCybercrimeUDRPInternet GovernanceBrand ProtectionDDoS AttackNetworksRegistry ServicesCyberattackThreat IntelligenceDNS Security IPv4 MarketsEmailEnumP2PInternet ProtocolWeb

Recent Blogs

New Book: Managing Mission Critical Domains & DNS

Lessons Learned from the Namejuice/DROA/DROC Outage

Why You Must Learn to Love DNSSEC

New gTLDs Are Great for Pump-and-Dumps, Phishes and More…

Confessions of an Ex-Opponent of Whois Privacy

Popular Posts

OpenDNS: It's Not SiteFinder for Obvious Reasons

Domain Aftermarket Overdue for an "Asset Repricing"

Whois Masking Considered Harmful

Confessions of an Ex-Opponent of Whois Privacy

How SOPA Will Destroy The Internet