Posts Tagged ‘IP address’

Chinese Websites Fail On DNS Outage Suspected From US Location

The domestic Chinese Internet has been going haywire for many users over the last twelve hours. Starting at around 13:00 yesterday, January 21 (+8 GMT), China’s top-level domains appeared to have a DNS failure lasting for about two hours. Though much of the failure has already gone away, some Internet users may still see website […]


GlobalIPCheck.com Releases Chinese Internet Protocol Address Lookup Tool

Hong Kong, January 15, 2014 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – Internet Protocol addresses are everywhere — in our mobile phones, in our tablets, in our computers, and now also in our refrigerators, toasters, and cars. With the Internet of Things, pretty much everything is going to have an IP address sooner or later, so GlobalIPCheck.com has … >>>


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China Plans To Pre-install Software For Preventing Viewing Of Pornographic Websites

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the Chinese government hopes to pre-install web censoring software in PCs sold in China after July 1 to block some banned websites.
The Chinese government has reportedly sent notices to major PC makers, but has not released the requirement to the public. The software, which is called […]


Tencent’s Dispute With 51.com Continues

After Tencent announced plans to block Caihong QQ, which was originally rumored to be related to the Chinese social networking site 51.com, the Chinese SNS website admitted that the software was owned by 51.com, but it announced at the same time that Caihong QQ is a legal instant messaging assistant software.


China Is Latest Source Of Email Spam Activity

Email security firm Barracuda Networks says a webpage hosted in China is latest the destination for Internet users who fall prey to phishers’ activities.


Tencent Starts Blocking Chinese QQ Spyware Programs

Tencent will start a large-scale action aimed at eliminating illegally installed functions and spyware from its QQ instant messaging software in China.


Tencent Launches IP Encryption To Upgrade QQ Privacy Protection

Tencent plans to introduce an IP encryption policy in its instant messaging software QQ to better protect the privacy and information security of its users.


China Still A Top Email Spam Location

A new mail spam report from Commtouch (CTCH) says China is a top location for zombie IP addresses.


Experts: Chinese Internet Armageddon Not On The Horizon

China’s technology media reports have been awash this week with news that China might soon run out of Internet Protocol addresses, and therefore Chinese Internet users will lose their ability to get online. But now a new wave of reports say this is all exaggeration.


CNNIC: China’s Internet Will Be Short Of IP Addresses Soon

The Internet in China may soon run out. According to the China Internet Network Information Center, under the current allocation speed, China’s IPv4 address resources can only meet the demand of 830 more days and if no proper measures are taken by then, new Chinese netizens will not be able to gain normal access to […]