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1d6so https://1.1.1.1/ is down and my internet stopped...
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2d6dipat: Dynamic IP Address Tracker, trustless alternative...
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2d6Tips for troubleshooting DNS
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2d6DNS Privacy and Security - Knowing your options and...
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2d6Is My DNS Fast? Public DNS Resolvers compared
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2d6Glue records question?
I have a domain with register.com that has some outdated glue records that I need to update. I contacted register.com and they said they don't support glue records and if I want to change it I'll have to rehost my domain...
2d7DNS is about to get into a world of trouble with GDPR
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3d7I just bought a new gTLD registry’s domain for $10
Are .fan and .fans the latest new gTLDs to go out of business? It certainly looks that way. ICANN has hit the registry with a breach notice for unpaid dues and stripped it of its registrar accreditation. In addition, its...
3d7Child abuse becoming big problem for new gTLDs
There were 3,791 domain names used to host child sexual abuse imagery in 2017, up 57%, according to the latest annual report from the Internet Watch Foundation. While .com was the by far the worst TLD for such material...
3d7Government gives auDA reform-or-die ultimatum
auDA has just months to either implement sweeping reforms or risk being dissolved and replaced. That s the outcome of a review of the Australian ccTLD administrator by the Department of Communications and Arts, published...
5d10Leaked memo alleges lavish travel spending at auDA
A report into .au registry auDA s historical travel expenses has leaked to the Australian media, the latest apparent salvo in the organization s increasingly personal civil war. The Sydney Morning Herald this evening...
5d14Why are DNS services offered for free? What's the catch?...
Tried googling and searching this subreddit too and found nothing Also Cloudflare and Quad9 free DNS services seem pro privacy consumer etc and even hire people to check they don't store logs Surely all these costs...
5d12dotFM offers $1.1 million stash of emoji domains
BRS Media has started selling emoji domain names in its .fm ccTLD, and some of the more commonly used ones are quite pricey. While a vanilla emoji will go for the standard .fm price of $95.95 a year when bought from...
5d11Bling-maker kills off fifth dot-brand gTLD
Richemont, the company behind brands such as Cartier jewelry and Mont Blanc pens, has terminated its fifth dot-brand gTLD. It filed with ICANN to terminate its registry contract for .iwc earlier this month. IWC is a...
5d10Now GNSO mulls emergency response to GDPR deadline
ICANN s GNSO Council is thinking about deploying a never-before-used emergency mechanism to develop a Whois privacy policy in response to GDPR. With the May 25 deadline for compliance with the EU s General Data...
6d12RPZ - Response Policy Zones Intro - Turning your DNS into...
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6d12RFC 5001: DNS Name Server Identifier Option (NSID)
Cette nouvelle option du DNS permet d'identifier le serveur de noms physique auquel on parle, dans le cas où plusieurs machines servent sous la même adresse IP. Elle a vocation à remplacer l'ancien "hostname.bind".
7d11auDA refers former directors to police
Imploding Australian ccTLD registry auDA has ratted out several of its former directors to the local cops, it was revealed this week. In a message to its community to mark Chris Leptos 150th day as chair of the...
7d12CoCCA to charge trademark owners for Whois access
CoCCA has become the first domain registry to publicly announce that it will charge trademark owners for access to Whois records. The company said it plans to release an updated version of its software and registry...
7d11Panic stations as Europe plays hardball on Whois privacy
Hopes that Whois records will continue to be available to broad sections of the internet community appeared dashed this week as European data protection heads ripped holes in ICANN s plan for the industry to comply with...
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