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2d7Getting started with DNS over HTTPS on Firefox
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2d5New Book: Managing Mission Critical Domains & DNS
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2d5How will a resolver know about our second nameserver if we..
We had one of our nameservers go down yesterday and everyone in the office was scratching their heads wondering why our other DNS didn't immediately pick up the load. The two nameservers are not in master-slave...
2d5DKIM on Bind
I am trying to set up a DKIM record however I am having an issue that when I try to validate the public key it returns to be invalid. Could anyone help me or guide me to where I can find some proper info on this?...
3d6auDA chair defends $9 million windfall as no-confidence...
The chair of .au registry auDA has appealed to its membership for calm ahead of a vote of no confidence in himself, the CEO, and two of his fellow directors. Chris Leptos yesterday defended the AUD 12 million ($9...
3d7Swiss registry gets more traffic than Google, kinda
Switch, the Swiss ccTLD registry, has started publishing a monthly list of the .ch domains with the most DNS traffic, a list that Switch itself currently tops. The list ranks the top 1,000 .ch domains by the number of...
3d6Mystery IP addresses insist on attaching to name server
domain.local has three nameservers, two 2012 R2 one 2016 On each of the nameservers I see the following strangeness: In DNS Server I open domain.local under forward lookup zones and see my three nameservers. On one...
3d5Testing DNS-over-TLS servers with the RIPE Atlas probes
The RIPE Atlas probes (https://atlas.ripe.net/) can now perform DNS-over-TLS measurements, following RFC 7858. Several DNS-over-TLS servers exist. This article shows rapidly a few measurements.
5d7Pritz to be named chair of Whois group
Former ICANN senior vice president Kurt Pritz is expected to be named chair of the group tasked with reforming Whois in the post-GDPR world. Sources familiar with the situation tell DI that Pritz was selected from three...
5d8Donuts confirms six-figure .news buyer used a fake name
Mike Texas is in fact noted conspiracy theorist Mike Adams. New gTLD registry Donuts confirmed with DI over the weekend that the buyer of six figures worth of platinum .news domain names used a fake name. The company...
5d8Network virtualization with visibility and automation of...
The Men Mice Suite version 9.1 , released last week, introduced several new features and improved functionality for hybrid and multi-cloud networks. One of the features we developed to change the way the world sees...
5d6KeyDrive reverses into CentralNic in $55 million deal
CentralNic this morning confirmed that it has signed a deal to merge with KeyDrive to dramatically grow its market share in the registrar and registry markets. The deal, technically a reverse takeover, is worth up to $55...
5d7.pharmacy TLD faces action after losing complaint over...
ICANN has hit the .pharmacy gTLD registry with a breach notice after a complaint from a Canadian web site that was refused a .pharmacy domain. The US National Association of Boards of Pharmacy failed to operate the TLD...
6d10DNS-Over-TLS Built-In Enforced - 1.1.1.1 and the GL.iNet...
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7d7Forwarding lookups to a public DNS for a zone that exists...
So, I have an issue that I have yet to come across in my experience until now. Scenario: Using Microsoft DNS servers, I am needing to create a Forward Lookup Zone containing one A record, but forward any other lookups...
7d8Bible of DNS & BIND
When I was learning DNS the standard classic book on DNS and Bind was the famous OReilly book “DNS BIND” by Cricket Liu. But the latest edition is from 2006 (I don’t have a copy). I wonder if this book is getting...
9d7Donuts makes six-figure .news sale to dangerous conspiracy..
Donuts has sold a package of platinum .news domains to a network of dubious news sites peddling what many describe as dangerous pseudo-scientific nonsense. A company called WebSeed acquired science.news, food.news,...
9d6MMX gets four more gTLDs approved for China use
MMX s Chinese subsidiary has received the government nod for four more of its new gTLDs to operate in the country. The approved strings are the lifestyle-oriented .fashion, .luxe, .yoga and .fit. Getting the nod from the...
10d7Men & Mice Suite 9.1: cloud-ready network management for...
Our commitment to efficient network management has a new number! The Men Mice Suite 9.1 is a feature release with a host of cloud-ready enhancements plus the usual suspects (bug fixes and improvements).
10d8Four more dot-brands call it quits
Four more dot-brand gTLDs are to disappear after their operators decided they don t want them any more. These are the latest victims of the voluntary cull: High-priced bling-maker Richemont, an enthusiastic new gTLD...
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