January 23, 2021

Category: DNS

Configuring a caching only DNS server on Centos 7
Basics, DNS, LinuxNix

Configuring a caching only DNS server on Centos 7

Introduction DNS (Domain Name Server) is considered a critical component of any enterprise IT infrastructure. DNS runs as a service on a system and a DNS server can have different roles or we could say that DNS servers can be classified into multiple categories. In this quick article we will explain how to setup a […]

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Making DNS record changes more reliable
DNS, Security_Guy

Making DNS record changes more reliable

DNS is the very first step in accessing any website, API, or pretty much anything on the Internet, which makes it mission-critical to keeping your site up and running. This week, we are launching two significant changes that allow our customers to better maintain and update their DNS records. For customers who use Cloudflare as […]

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Announcing the Beta for WARP for macOS and Windows
DNS, Security_Guy

Announcing the Beta for WARP for macOS and Windows

Last April 1 we announced WARP — an option within the 1.1.1.1 iOS and Android app to secure and speed up Internet connections. Today, millions of users have secured their mobile Internet connections with WARP. While WARP started as an option within the 1.1.1.1 app, it’s really a technology that can benefit any device connected […]

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Introducing 1.1.1.1 for Families
DNS, Security_Guy

Introducing 1.1.1.1 for Families

Two years ago today we announced 1.1.1.1, a secure, fast, privacy-first DNS resolver free for anyone to use. In those two years, 1.1.1.1 has grown beyond our wildest imagination. Today, we process more than 200 billion DNS requests per day making us the second largest public DNS resolver in the world behind only Google. Yesterday, […]

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