ISOC-IL Upgrades the IIX, Improving Internet Infrastructure in Israel

ISOC-IL upgraded recently the Israeli Internet eXchange (IIX) with a hardware component that makes DNS information from around the world accessible, improving the speed and efficiency of the national internet infrastructure. The system also provides access to the Quad9 DNS service, which filters malware and malicious websites and maintains users privacy ISOC-IL installed a dedicated […]

Changes in Registration Rules

Summary of Amendments version 1.8- May 2020 Rules were amended to accommodate the suspension of new Hebrew Domain Names registration. version 1.7- January 2020 Rules were amended to accommodate the extension of the registration period for up to five years (1-5) Version 1.6 – December 2017 Changes made in the articles: 4.3 a – According […]

Time Service (NTP)

A Precise Reference Clock The Internet Society of Israel is happy to offer to all IIX Peers – a precise reference clock, using the Network Time Protocol (NTP). The service is based on 4 GPS stratum1 time sources, two GPS time sources operated by ISOC-IL, and two located at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The […]

ISOC-IL launches Block – Citizens Cyber Defence Center

Block – Citizens Cyber Defence Center, available to the public free of charge, was established by ISOC-IL in order to provide a solution for individuals and small businesses. Block offers tutorials, tips, and up-to-date information designed to better protect home devices against various cyber attacks, as well as an online forum featuring expert advice. “The […]

ISOC-IL annual report 2018 now available online

Israel Internet Association (“ISOC-IL”) has published its annual report for 2018. In the past four years, ISOC-IL has been publishing a detailed annual report, providing the Israeli public full transparency regarding its operations. The report includes an extensive, in-depth overview of ISOC-IL’s major activities, data, and information regarding innovations and various projects that have taken […]

.IL domain prepares for global DNS servers’ software update

Following a forewarning and instructions issued by the Israel Internet Association, alerting that about 5,200 Israeli domain names could be affected by a planned update of global DNS servers, potentially causing disruption to websites around the world, 93% of domain holders made the necessary adjustments and will not be affected Several weeks ago, the Israel […]

Israel Internet Association (ISOC-IL)

ISOC-IL operates the country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) .il and manage the Israeli Internet eXchange (IIX) - Guaranteeing secure, fast, unrestricted access to Israeli and global websites and online services at any time and place.

Israel Internet Association - Keeping the Internet Free.