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Top 8 Reasons DMOZ, The Directory of the Web, is Dead (EOL)

Top 8 Reasons DMOZ, The Directory of the Web, is Dead (EOL)

It was announced on February 28, 2017 that DMOZ officially closes down on March 14, 2017 –  dmoz.org will no longer be available. The public forum, sponsored by members of the registered DMOZ editor community will remain open. Rich Skrenta and Bob Truel (together as Gnuhoo) founded DMOZ in 1998 while they working for Sun Microsystems. DMOZ was acquired by Netscape Communications Corporation in October 1998 and was renamed the Open Directory Project. Netscape was […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Final Thoughts)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Final Thoughts)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Wraping it all up (Pt. 4) DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in its 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 3)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 3)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Here’s What We Saw (Pt. 3) DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in its 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 2)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 2)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Here’s What We Saw DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in its 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided a great […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Here’s What We Saw DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in it’s 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided a great […]

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Connected Home Leader Signs with zvelo to Secure IoT Devices

Connected Home Leader Signs with zvelo to Secure IoT Devices

Pioneer in Home Security Appliances Selects zvelo to Secure IoT Devices We’re happy to announce this week that a market leader of Secure Home Appliances has signed a multi-year data licensing agreement with zvelo.  The vendor is licensing zvelo’s content, malicious and objectionable datasets to bolster its efforts to secure IoT devices in the home. With more objects being connected via Wi-Fi at an ever-increasing rate, zvelo’s data will be vital to this industry. These IoT […]

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zvelo Urges Partners (and everyone) to Update their SSL Certificates to SHA-2

zvelo Urges Partners (and everyone) to Update their SSL Certificates to SHA-2

zvelo Urges Partners (and everyone) to Update their SSL Certificates to SHA-2 After December 31, 2015, SSL certificates that use the SHA-1 hash algorithm for their signature will be declared “technology non grata” on the modern Internet. It’s important to note that this is an industry-wide change and not specific to just zvelo’s products. As a result, beginning January 1, 2016, all partners (and everyone in general) will need to support SHA-2 SSL signed certificates […]

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Challenges in Supporting IPv6

IPv6 enabled websites are steadily increasing as the availability of IPv4 addresses continue to diminish. While most current company network architectures already support IPv4, it is crucial that applications be ready to support the new IPv6. Migrating to IPv6 is not easy and challenges may arise involving both the network and application layers, as zveloLABS

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