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Lets Clean Up The Internet By Taking Responsibility For Our Actions
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david.oberry@gmail.com
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11/3/2016 | 4:05:30 PM
Re: A bit like this you mean?
Hi James. I like that construct a lot. I believe that we have to start rebuilding the foundation of what we do in a way that utilizes the various mechanisms like the one you linked instead of trying to inefficiently re-invent the wheel. Thanks for the reply! D
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jamesmcgeexerox,
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10/26/2016 | 6:16:47 PM
A bit like this you mean?
https://www.nccgroup.trust/uk/our-services/domain-services/.trust-domains/ 

 

A .trust domain protects an organisation's brand, reputation and sensitive customer information with the highest level of security and reliability. For consumers, .trust gives a clear signal that a site is a safe place to do business and interact with.

 

.trust domains won't be given out to everyone. Those who wish to join this online gated community must commit to rigorous security policies and we'll work with applicants to help them achieve these standards.

The policies have been developed by our industry leading experts, and adhering to them provides comprehensive protection from both major and minor web vulnerabilities.

A continual process of security review and improvement ensures sites are in compliance with .trust requirements.

 

Note, I'm not affiliated with them (NCC Group), I just recall reading about this a while back, and saw them somewhat harrassed for it in various forums.


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