How to set up your CloudFlare secondary DNS in Windows 10, 7, and Vista, plus some tweaks

We’re all familiar with CloudFlares DNS provider.They’re the main name in your browser, they do all the DNS work, and they make your site look like a real one, but the real power of CloudFlashes DNS is that they’re actually built to work with all the major operating systems. For Windows, the default DNS provider for CloudFlash is CloudFlath, which lets […]

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Microsoft has added another security vulnerability to its DNS security list

Microsoft has confirmed it is adding another security flaw to its list of vulnerability, the first in its latest Windows 10 upgrade, in an effort to improve its security posture against cyberattack.In a blog post Tuesday, Microsoft said it is removing a previously undisclosed issue in the DNS server of the Windows operating system that could lead to a remote […]

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How the Blockchain is changing the world of banking, and how we can protect ourselves from it

In the year 2067, the United States will be the largest economy on the planet.The US government will have nearly 5.5 trillion dollars in the bank.Its GDP is about $2 trillion.The Fed will be doing almost 6 trillion in its first year.A trillion dollars will go to military spending.The U.S. will have a military of about 4,000,000.It will be able […]

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How to Block DNS Blockers and Protect Your IP Address from DDoS Attacks

The next time someone tries to take over your Internet connection, try blocking their DNS.While blocking a single DNS server can be easy, blocking a cluster of servers is not.While a cluster might look like a group of computers with an IP address of 192.168.1.x, that’s not the case.DDoS attackers usually try to use the same DNS server to deliver […]

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Google DNS History: A History

Google (GOOG) has announced that it will begin rolling out DNS changes to customers who use Google Cloud DNS, as the company’s DNS service has been plagued with problems since it launched in 2015.The company made the announcement in a blog post Monday, and the rollout will take effect in late April, according to a blog entry from its cloud-based […]

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Which domain do you prefer?

The HuffPost/YouGov poll finds that 64 percent of people have a preference for one of the domains listed above.This is an improvement over a similar poll last year that found 57 percent of Americans preferred the domain name.The survey was conducted from Feb. 16-19 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.The poll of 1,010 […]

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How DNS over TLS works

The first step in connecting to the internet is using a DNS provider like Google or Microsoft to help identify the server you want to connect to.If you are connected to the public DNS over a public internet connection, the DNS provider will show up in the system interface (UI).If you’re connected to a private internet connection (VPN), you’ll see […]

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