Archive for the 'google' Category

[messaging] Modern anti-spam and E2E crypto

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

- how does antispam currently work at large email providers – how would widespread E2E crypto affect this – what are the options for moving things to the client (and pros, cons) – is this feasible for email? – How do things change when movi…

[messaging] Modern anti-spam and E2E crypto

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

- how does antispam currently work at large email providers – how would widespread E2E crypto affect this – what are the options for moving things to the client (and pros, cons) – is this feasible for email? – How do things change when movi…

By the numbers: How Google Compute Engine stacks up to Amazon EC2 — Tech News and Analysis

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

some interesting piece of data comparing AWS and GCE (google compute engine, i.e IAAS offering from google)

By the numbers: How Google Compute Engine stacks up to Amazon EC2 — Tech News and Analysis

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

some interesting piece of data comparing AWS and GCE (google compute engine, i.e IAAS offering from google)

By the numbers: How Google Compute Engine stacks up to Amazon EC2 — Tech News and Analysis

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

some interesting piece of data comparing AWS and GCE (google compute engine, i.e IAAS offering from google)

ImperialViolet – False Start’s Failure

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Google describes problems with their attempt to modify SSL handling in chrome that speeds up SSL handshake by 30% on avg.

ImperialViolet – False Start’s Failure

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Google describes problems with their attempt to modify SSL handling in chrome that speeds up SSL handshake by 30% on avg.

ImperialViolet – False Start’s Failure

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Google describes problems with their attempt to modify SSL handling in chrome that speeds up SSL handshake by 30% on avg.

ImperialViolet – False Start’s Failure

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Google describes problems with their attempt to modify SSL handling in chrome that speeds up SSL handshake by 30% on avg.

Google over IPv6

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Read here if you have IPv6 connectivity, you can have google services served via IPv6
(i.e., google will reply with AAAA records on queries made from your DNS server)