WhitePages is taking the unusual step of buying out its venture capital investors, paying $80 million to buy back shares from Technology Crossover Ventures and Providence Equity. It’s unclear what valuation was placed on WhitePages, which was founded in 1997 by Alex Algard as he was completing a summer internship on Sand Hill Road in Silicon Valley. WhitePages is a people search directory and database with billions of people records, and Algard says they are trying to kill off the phone book.
Business Insider reports today that the 130-person company is on a revenue run rate of $60 million, with Algard saying that the venture investors wanted out of the deal and because of the cheap debt right now they were able to raise the money. John Cook is GeekWire's co-founder and editor, a veteran reporter and the longest-serving journalist on the Pacific Northwest tech startup beat. Description People Search by PhoneBook Belgium - Contact information of individuals and companies. White Pages Phone Book - Address search and search people in the official phone directory of Belgium. With the Internet, each computer is addressed by a particular IP address which effectively is the computer’s or network’s “phone number”. In most cases, the details about what DNS servers to use are passed on to your computer or other device through your home network by the router every time each piece of equipment on that network uses the DHCP protocol to get information from that device about where it stands in your network like its IP address. It is feasible to configure a DNS server list for a particular computer, device  or network using the operating system’s network-settings interface or the Web-based management interface in the case of your router. The DNS appeals to computing’s “bad actors” because it allows one to redirect a particular domain name to a different IP address that what it is supposed to go to.
For email, it can also be about creating “honeypot” addresses that take advantage of domain-name typos in order to catch confidential email that is mistakenly addressed. This modification can be caused by malware that modifies the computer’s DNS settings or gets at these settings on a home-network router that hasn’t been properly set up with a password to affect the settings that everyone on the network knows.


Check the DNS settings on your equipment to make sure they reflect what these settings are meant to be. Infact, if you suspect that malware has got at your computer because it appears to go to different Websites than what you asked for, make a “spot check” on your network’s DNS settings using your games console’s, smart TV’s or network printer’s user interface to see if your router has been “got at” by the malware. As for your router, check the DNS settings in your WAN, Internet, Network or DHCP settings menu in its Web-based management page. As well, practicing good computer housekeeping like “think before you click” on email and Website links and keeping your desktop security software and operating system up-to-date with the latest security patches is a prudent step towards keeping away from malware that can change your network’s DNS addresses. TCV and Providence invested in WhitePages in 2005, pumping $45 million into a company which had never taking venture capital during its first eight years. More than 4 million fixed and mobile phone numbers with their addresses of all Belgian operators.
In this analogy, you may be thinking of calling a particular person or business in a particular area, but you don’t know their phone number. But it would be hard to remember these addresses for the Web sites we visit or the email servers we send the emails to. The router typically gets these details from your Internet provider’s servers every time it sets up the Internet connection with your Internet provider as part of asking the servers where it stands in the wider world of the Internet. This is a practice that is commonly done by corporations with their private networks to create human-readable identities to particular servers or networks that host particular resources. This can be to a Web server that is loaded with malware, existing as one of many different traps for users to supply information that is confidential to them or their organisation; or to keep them away from sites that provide proper information like security updates for your computer in order to make it easier for the network to be used by the Internet’s “bad actors”. Here, this should be found out from your Internet service provider or the IT support staff at your workplace. Most platforms will show these details in a “Network Connections” option like the “Control Panel – Network And Internet – Network And Sharing Center” in Windows 8 and 8.1, or “[Apple] – System Preferences – Networking” on the Macintosh OS X.


The router’s management password should also be set to a password other than the default password so that any DNS-changing malware can’t change these settings for the home network and is something you need to do as part of commissioning a new router. For mobile and other “platform” computing environments like iOS, Android or your smart-TV environment, researching on apps provided by that app store is also a prudent way to go about keeping the DNS information safe. So you would have looked up the White Pages telephone book and searched this book by name and location till you found their number which you would dial to make that call. Most of these routers also allow you to export the settiings to your computer’s secondary storage and import them back to the router. If you couldn’t find it in that directory, you would proceed to call a published “Directory Assistance” number like 411 in the USA, 192 in the UK or 1223 in Australia to ask for that number. This is a practice that is worth doing once you have all the settings in place so that if you reset the router to “ground zero”, you can keep your configuration. This unique online gift service allows you to send the gift of your choice while avoiding the hassle of crowded shopping streets and long queues in shops.
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