OpenINTEL solution successfully implemented!

OpenINTEL is a research project of the University of Twente (Netherlands), which is used to measure the state of large parts of the global DNS (Domain Name System). nic.at, a company of the Internet Stiftung, uses the data to analyze attacks on the .at zone.

Software has been developed by nic.at's Research & Development department for this purpose, which enables efficient searching and querying of the data. This software is accessible as open source so that other organizations can also benefit from it.

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