Tag Archives: DNS

Privacy, security and sanity

I’m fairly convinced the internet has become a cesspool of advertising and coercive content meant solely to influence people. Marketing feels less about raising awareness of useful products, services and events and more about convincing a predetermined mark to take … Continue reading

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DNSCog reports on your website’s domain name servers

DNSCog is a new service that tells us everything we want to know about how our websites’ domain names are configured. Continue reading

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OpenDNS makes Internet faster, safer and cleaner

Over the last several months, there have been many security bulletins about the vulnerabilities found in one of the fundamental technologies that makes the web work called DNS. DNS stands for domain name system. It’s a fairly complex system, but … Continue reading

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