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Improved Internet.nl test for modern Internet Standards

Today the Internet Standards Platform launches a fully redesigned Internet.nl test website. The comprehensive explanations on the improved test website provide more guidance to users to get modern Internet Standards. The redesign makes the website better accessible on mobile devices and for users with disabilities.

New version Internet.nl: ‘HSTS’ and ‘enforced HTTPS’ do count

Today (June 27, 2016) the Dutch Internet Standard PLatform launches a new version of the website Internet.nl. From now on, ‘HSTS’ and ‘enforced HTTPS’ are part of the score of the website test. This was already announced at the previous release. In addition to this change, the new version of Internet.nl includes several improvements that make testing faster and more stable.

New version Internet.nl with extended HTTPS test

As of today a new version of Internet.nl is available. This new release contains improvements and extensions, especially for the HTTPS/TLS part of the website test.

Since April last year users executed 80,000 tests on Internet.nl. Hopefully you like this new version and you keep on testing and improving your Internet. Happy testing!!!

Internet.nl launched during Dutch Cyber Week 2015

During the Dutch Cyber Week 2015 the website Internet.nl was launched by the Internet Standards Platform, a collaboration among organisations from the Internet community and the Dutch government. On this website, visitors can check whether their Internet is up to date. Are your internet connection, e-mail and website actually using modern, secure internet standards? And if not, what can you do about it?

Invitation Masterclass DMARC

On Tuesday April 21st the Platform Internetstandards organises a Masterclass on the topic of DMARC.

Blog Olaf Kolkman : Internet is all about collaboration

The Internet, as a global system, is a network-of-networks held together by a spirit of collaboration. When information traverses the Internet it may pass through a handful of networks, and the network from which the traffic originated probably has no formal relationship with the network that receives it. The reason why that works is collaboration, both in exchanging and carrying traffic from other networks, and in solving problems that may have originated several hops away.