Sunday, December 03, 2017

OpenStack 12/03/2017 (p.m.)

  • Tags: internet, Russia, BRICs, DNS

    • The Russian government is reportedly considering building an “independent internet infrastructure” that it can use as an alternative to the global Domain Name System, or DNS system.

      Last month, Russia’s Security Council asked the government to start building a backup DNS system citing “the increased capabilities of Western nations to conduct offensive operations.”

    • However, some defense experts say the move could “have more to do with Moscow’s own plans for offensive cyber operations,” according to the Defense One website.

      The alternative DNS would also serve the so-called BRIC nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa — and would operate independently of international organizations.

    • Russian president Vladimir Putin set a deadline of August 2018 to complete the infrastructure.

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