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Found a great article today that I thought I'd share with you all. Many of you have probably already seen it, but I figured it was worth the share anyway. Enjoy!

http://mashable.com/2014/01/03/holacracy-zappos/?utm_cid=mash-com-fb-main-link

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Zappos is adopting a holacracy. Is this the hot management structure for 2014?
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excuse me , I had email to info@robtex.com and Facebook message, could you reply to me ? I want to contact to you.
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Dr Strangelove, or: How I Stopped Worrying and (almost) Love the Surveillance.
Imagine for a while that you lived in city with no modern facilities. Food was gathered through communal efforts, where there was a direct link between what you could find and what you could consume. People lived in small huts. Heat was produced and absorbe...
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Hi,

This is worrying on so many levels.  The color of your hat, or the lengths you are willing to go to investigate vulnerabilities, is increasingly defined by who your employer is.  For some, anything goes - it seems.  While national security should always be a priority for any state aiming to govern its citizens, it is important that the governed do not become the enemy, in the eyes of those that are here to make sure society reflects our opinions and desires.

This is a slippery slope.  We must not love the puppy so much we accidentally suffocate it.  Neither the puppy nor we would be better from it.  Conclusions based on this article?  We will leave that to you.  I wish the state did too, when deciding what is appropriate and not. That is how democracy works, or should work.

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/08/researchers-say-tor-targeted-malware-phoned-home-to-nsa/

Author: +Johan Boger  Robtex.com 

#nsa   #tor   #robtex  
JavaScript attack had a hard-coded IP address that traced back to NSA address block.
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Hey!

Over 3 000 people have now circled us on Google+. While this might sound like a small figure (and it is, we know), it is still something we take pride in, as Google+ is a relatively new forum for us. 

From the bottom of our network, thank you! 

// Robtex.com
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Great job on implementing Google+
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Hey!

We've been codings lots the past few days, improving the functionality and, hopefully, the design of the ASN subsection of Robtex.com. You can view a real life example at: http://as.robtex.com/as48285.html.  

In addition to a more appealing design and navigation, we now also support IPv6 and 32-bit ASN, improving the functionality further. The new version is a work in progress, so we would really appreciate your feedback and support during this transition period.  Some features might be a tad buggy while we migrate the last bits and pieces

We are already working on improving the cake graph labels, which are a bit hard to interpret at the moment. 

What do you think?  What else do we need to improve?

Best Regards,

+Johan Boger, Robtex.com 
Hello there, just trying out a new design and some changed functionality. Tell us how you like it on Google+. AS48285 ROBTEX-AS ROBTEX AB. AS-info. Source, Information, Date. RADB, Routes, Jul 14, 2013 8:15:51 PM. RADB, AS Info, Jul 14, 2013 6:52:30 PM. peeringdb.com, Peering information ...
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+Dovydas Sankauskas Thanks for the kind words! We're always working in improving our tools, and I hope this was a step in the right direction. :)
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Hi, guys.

Having been around since 1989, Robtex has always stood for consistency and sticking to what works.  If it works, don't break it - right?  
However, in recent years, the general trends in IT have been rapidly shifting towards a more mobile platform.  In light of this, we feel that it would be ideal to find a new design that works well on all platforms. 

Doing so would require a tremendous effort, given the sheer scale of the Robtex backend.  As such, we feel it is paramount to gather valuable feedback before commencing on a journey of that proportion. 

If you have any suggestions on features you would like to see implemented in Robtex.com, reply here or via email (info@robtex.com).
We would also like to take this opportunity to share an extremely early glimpse of what Robtex might (!) look like in the future. Remember, this is basically a 0.1 draft of a brainstorm-mockup.  We will not settle for anything less than perfection, so please let us know what you think.  There is no ETA on when/if this will happen.  That is all up to you!  This would be the start page of Robtex, and you would enter all your searches into one field.  The top menu has been omitted from the screenshot, as we have not yet finished with its mockup.  Naturally, the page would be responsive and work equally well in mobile and regular/old school/big devices (not sure what to say since mobile devices are almost the norm these days?).  Don't mind the poor alignment of the text in the search button and other similar quirks; it is just a mockup. 

So, should we stick to the way Robtex.com looks today, or should we give it a more modern look?  If so, would this be a reasonable direction to take?  If not, what would be? 

Thank you for your time and for your loyalty. 

Best regards,

+Johan Boger, Robtex.com

#robtex   #dns   #domains  
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Thanks a lot, Aaron! 
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Dear friends,

As I am sure you know by now, we have worked hard the past year or so with updating the design and functionality on our site. We are preparing for an almost complete overhaul of the design, but this requires a lot of work on the backend and middle layers. Robtex is an enormous backend, and as always what you can see pales in comparison to the complex systems behind it. We are slowly rolling out new versions of the software, but for this to have any real impact in your daily usage, we deemed it necessary to at least try and change some graphics, so that the new functionality can be better understood and interpreted, and perhaps, if you would be so kind, generate some much appreciated feedback. 

As we have always prioritized functionality over graphics, we still believe we should focus on the engine itself. That has always been our strength. We feel confident we can prioritize user interface and a complete modernization of the interface sometime this early spring. Until then, please bear with us and, if you would like to help us, provide feedback. 

An example of the new functionality (it will be rolled out to all domains continuously over the next few days), as illustrated by new design, is available here: https://www.robtex.com/dns/example.com.html

So, what do you think?

+Johan Boger 
RobTex. RobTex is a software developer which was founded in 1989 developing all kinds of software. In recent years main focus has been on Internet related software. Currently the most popular has been free tools like rbls.org and network explorer. Those tools are now merged closer and is called ...
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Cool site totally fam!everyone should try this wow amazing!
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Today we have a somewhat different article to give you, written by our own +Johan Boger. Perhaps somewhat controversial, he argues that the government is the least of our worries. Or does he? 

http://blog.robtex.com/2013/10/dr-strangelove-or-how-i-stopped.html
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Our Project Manager, +Johan Boger, wrote an article describing the latest changes to the Robtex back- and frontends. #robtex   #ipv6   #bgp  
Logical Improvements to the Robtex Backend Algorithm, based on IPv6 rollout. As some of you may have noticed already, we have updated the GUI and the algorithms used for https://as.robtex.com.  A working example (of as4828...
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Hey,

This news story is already really old (24 hours is an eternity!), but we figured it was worth sharing anyway. Exciting new toys on the way? Seems like it. Initial images of the Nexus 7 looks promising.

In other good news (at least for Google), Samsung continues to expand their market share, moving up the latter to the #1 position for profit, making the Korean  giant the most profitable consumer electronics company in the world. Congratulations, "Three Stars". 

Best Regards,

+Johan Boger, Robtex.com
We're on the eve of a Google event with Sundar Pichai, and while we have some idea of what we'll see, the folks in Mountain View might've just shown us
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Hey (I just realized we've said "Hi guys" up until now - not very fair to the female geeks out there. Our apologies!)

It looks like Facebook are at it again, with yet another acquisition possibly reaching above the $1B mark.  Well, at least if you consider the stock value at the time of the Instagram story going public, and not at the time of the actual business transaction.  As most of you probably remember, the initial offer Zuckerberg and his Facebook executives made was reported to be the equivalent of $1B in Facebook stock.  However, at the time of the actual transfer of ownership, the post ambitious-IPO Facebook stock had plummeted to $700M USD.  This time, they have their eyes set on Waze, the Israeli social mapping company, where users share realtime traffic data while on route on the roads. According to some sources, Facebook have been secretly negotiating with the Israeli app maker for over six months and are close to closing to the deal.  

For more information, see the TechCrunch article, available at: http://techcrunch.com/2013/05/09/reports-facebook-is-buying-social-mapping-and-traffic-app-waze-for-up-to-1b-to-court-more-mobile-users/

#facebook   #waze   #instagram   #business  

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+Johan Boger, Robtex.com
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Hi,

Today we are providing you with a guide on how to fix broken SOA records, that might break nameserver propagation in BIND. The guide assumes no prior knowledge about BIND and should be easy to follow. If not, let us know and we will update it with whatever changes you suggest. 

We hope you like it and find some use for it!

Thank you all for circling us. We really appreciate it.

Best regards,

Robtex.com

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Hi, Today we will cover the basics on how to fix a broken serial number, or SOA, in BIND. For the sake of this example, let's assume we have two nameservers; ns0.example.com being the master, and ns1....
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