When it comes to IPv6, you need to know what to look out for, Google says

Axios/Google The company is taking a similar stance with IPv6 services, like its new Google+ Hangouts, which enable you to listen to all of your friends and colleagues over the web and let them see the content of your tweets and Facebook posts.Google+ lets you post content to the service in real time, but it also lets you see when […]

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Amazon Dns Leak Check and Amazon DNS Leak Checking

Microsoft Microsoft’s DNS leak checking service, dns leakcheck, is now available for Windows 10 and the Surface Pro 3.You can check if your Windows 10 system is using the Microsoft DNS leak check service.The dns leaks check service is a free tool that will help you determine if your computer is using Microsoft’s leak checker.If you are running a Windows […]

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How to block Cloud DNS abuse using a VPN

By Chris Priestman / TechRadar Chris Priestham / TechRaptorChris Priestman is a TechRadaru staff writer and former writer at IGN.You can find him on Twitter and on Facebook.Chris Priestham is a writer and editor at IGN, and he has written for IGN, Polygon, Gamasutra, Ars Technica, and more.He’s also a former Senior Editor at IGN UK.He has written articles on […]

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KubeDNS: Australia’s first DNS service to work with CloudDNS

AUSTRALIA’S FIRST DNS SERVICE TO WORK WITH CLOUDDDNS will launch in Australia on Tuesday.CloudDNS is a cloud-based DNS service that is a collaboration between the US-based company, Google and the Australian government.It allows people to access their internet from the comfort of their homes or offices, with no need to download a browser or install additional software.KubeDns is designed for […]

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What’s the real difference between a public DNS and private DNS?

Axios readers are asking this question, and the answer is that they’re not quite sure what a public and a private DNS are.In most cases, public DNS refers to the public internet address that most sites and apps use.Private DNS refers specifically to the private internet address of a domain name.A private domain name can be anything you can think […]

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DNS request: US government wants a look at Russian network of proxies

US federal prosecutors want a look into the activities of a Russian military-intelligence-backed network of proxy servers, including those of a company known as Red Onion, a former Soviet intelligence unit.The Russian-American firm, which was founded by former KGB agents and is the subject of an investigation by the FBI, is also accused of using the service to create fake […]

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How to find DNS lookup errors on Linux, using the Google Chrome DNS lookup command

The Google Chrome web browser’s DNS lookup feature, which has been used by many popular sites for years, was made available to users of Linux this week, making it the default search engine for the OS.Google released the DNS lookup service in June and said it would continue to support it in the future.“For those that don’t know, the Google […]

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How to check for public dNS servers and where to look for them on google’s DNS server

Google announced last month that it had detected more than two million public DNS servers in the world.Those public servers can be used by malicious sites and malicious apps to gather data on you, such as your location, your activities, and your personal details.You can use these public servers to download malware or spy on your computer.Google said it had […]

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How to set up and use the google DNS settings

Updated June 28, 2018 5:33:20 Google has changed its DNS settings on the internet.What does this mean for you?You’ll be able to set your own settings to use with the google domains, or Google will allow you to set Google DNS as a third party service.The other thing that you’ll need to do is update your Google Chrome browser and […]

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Why Google will ditch the DNS and use OpenDNS

Google has been slowly rolling out new features to its search engine over the last few months, including the ability to search for sites using the Google Dns command.However, Google’s DNS will no longer be accessible to users, according to the company.Instead, the search giant has made the switch to OpenDns, which it hopes will allow users to easily search […]

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