The internet has come along way from .com, .net, and .org. As more Top Level Domains (TLD's) are created, the potential for trouble increases. Damien Allen and Byte Level Research's John Yunker discuss the problems within the growing list of TLD's available and what can be done to keep the web safer.
- The most dangerous ccTLD's are .cm (Cameroon), .cn (China), .ws (Samoa), .ph (Phillipines), and .su (Former Soviet Union).
- ccTLD's are managed by their respective countries, but no one agency is policing content on registered sites. Domain registration requirements and monitoring vary.
- New technology helps keep surfers safe
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