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3 Nov
The Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) is working to ensure the Internet ecosystem is greatly improved to benefit the populace.
29 Jan 2021
An audit carried out by the African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC) has revealed that over 4.1 million Internet Protocol (IP) addresses belonging to indigenous African companies were compromised and inappropriately used.
15 Jun 2017
With Internet Protocol version Four (IPV4) running out and possible Internet blockade looming, especially in Nigeria due to low preparation and awareness, individuals and business organiations...
26 May 2017
AFRINIC the only manager of Internet number resources in Africa had announced that its remaining IPV4 is now on its last block which consists of only 16 million IP address and could be exhausted very soon.
18 Jan 2017
.ng is the national identity of Nigeria in the cyber space. Every domain name has a suffix which it ends; it uniquely defines what the domain name is all about. So, domains that end with .ng are unique identifier for Nigerian domain.

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