CloudFlare DDoS test: The best free dnspy test The Verge

CloudFlaring is the largest and most prominent provider of free, high-availability DNS service in the world.The company has a reputation for being one of the most reliable DNS providers in the industry.But that reputation isn’t entirely accurate.In 2016, CloudFlares DNS servers were compromised and some of them were leaking DNS settings and data.While the company fixed the issue, its reputation […]

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How to use Google DNS to find and connect to your favorite web sites

Recode reader Zachary M, a former Microsoft employee, used Google DNS on his Xbox One console to find the website of the popular social networking site Reddit.He used a DNS server owned by Microsoft to find Reddit’s IP address and, voila, he was connected to the website.Recode’s Zachary is a member of the Xbox community and wanted to share his […]

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What you need to know about Comcast’s DNS leak test

Business Insider / Comcast Comcast has issued a blog post detailing its DNS leak testing methodology.The post explains that the DNS leak tests were conducted using a combination of both automated and manual processes, and it uses some of the most advanced techniques available in DNS testing.For example, Comcast found a DNS leak in one of its customers, and the […]

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Microsoft makes DNS servers that do not expire

Microsoft is developing a new cloud DNS service that can do not-expire DNS queries and is rolling out it today to its cloud customers.The DNS service, called DNS Domains, is available for public DNS servers and is currently being used by companies that provide a range of services to enterprises and other organizations.The service is the product of a partnership […]

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