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DK Hostmaster has sent a draft of a new provision in terms of right of use for a .dk domain name in public consultation until 1 December 2021.
DK Hostmaster takes new steps towards more security on the Internet
The Danish Internet Forum (DIFO) and the operating company DK Hostmaster are taking new initiatives to create more security on the Internet.
Courses in IT Security and Domain Law - Learn how to protect our domain name
In mid-November, DK Hostmaster and DIFO will host several courses covering IT security and domain name law and policy and are open for registration now.
The biggest outage in Facebook's history: What exactly happened?
On the evening of Monday, October 4, one of the biggest crashes in the history of Facebook happened, making Facebook, the Messenger platform, Instagram,
United focus on digital security in Denmark in October
During October, there will be an increased focus on cyber security, which will help to increase the digital security for citizens, companies, and author
Microsoft's threat department warns against new malware called 'Foggyweb'
The hacker group Nobelium has released a new malware, that is trying to use a backdoor in Active Directory.
Release notes from DK Hostmaster
From 1 October 2021, you can follow releases and bug fixes that DK Hostmaster continuously puts releases for production for our various services.
Longer processing times in customer service
Due to system update, we have not invoiced as usual this month.
100,000 DNSSEC-signed .dk domains in one week
Over the past week, we have seen an increase in the number of DNSSEC-signed .dk domain names - 100,000 more .dk domains have been DNSSEC-signed since Se
New opportunities for everyone who has a .dk domain name
Today we at DK Hostmaster have completed a major system update.
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