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Interview with ICANN Chief Security Officer Jeff Moss | 19 Apr 2012

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Published on Apr 20, 2012

In this video interview, ICANN's Vice President and Chief Security Officer Jeff Moss describes the glitch that led ICANN to take offline the application system for new generic top-level domains (gTLDs).

Moss describes the glitch, and elaborates on how ICANN technical teams are working to test a fix for the issue that led to a temporary suspension of the application system on 12 April.

The CSO answered a variety of questions from Brad White, ICANN's Director of Global Media Affairs, ranging from the discovery of the issue to why ICANN decided to pull the application system offline.

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