Which is the best router?

The American Conservatives takes a look at the top routers and switches for the 2016-17 season.It also takes a closer look at some of the best routers for your wireless internet connection.This article will give you the top router picks for the 2017-18 season.We will look at each router’s performance and the performance of each of its options to determine […]

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Who will replace the failed NSA: What the heck is the NSA?

A few months ago, when the Obama administration announced its plans to roll back the agency’s mass surveillance, it promised that it would do so in a way that would be consistent with the Constitution.The president’s speech to the nation on January 16th said he would replace the agency with a “modern” version that would “implement the principles that have […]

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How to Clear DNS Cache for Tls over TLS in Windows 10

Windows 10 (or the latest Windows Server 2016) has introduced a new capability called Clear DNS cache that will automatically clear DNS cache when you change domains or use other advanced features.Clear DNS is built into Windows, and it’s a feature that Microsoft has been using in its operating system since the release of Windows 8.1.Clear cache has been a […]

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What you need to know about dns and its origins

It is a well-known fact that dns is the primary domain-name system for Internet access, but it’s also a very important tool for managing and protecting your private information.This guide explains what you need and why, and the key questions you should be asking yourself before using it.What is dns?dns stands for Domain Name System, and is essentially a web-based […]

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Google and Verizon: Why you’re paying more for dns services, too

A new report from Google and the US government lays bare how the companies are making more money by paying for their own Internet services and charging more for services from outside providers.In 2016, Google was the largest DNS provider with a market value of $1.4 billion, according to data from market research firm DigiTimes.It’s now the second-largest provider of […]

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Microsoft and AT&T open their next DNS-over-Internet-Relay-Ports deal

Microsoft and Verizon will start offering a new way to connect to the Internet, one that doesn’t rely on legacy DNS.The new system, dubbed DNS-for-dns, will allow users to set up a “public” DNS domain, or any DNS address that’s open to all devices, with a “private” domain for themselves.When the system launches later this year, Microsoft and telecoms will […]

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How to choose the right VPN for you

How to pick the right provider for you depends on your need and preferences, and you’ll have to be prepared to deal with a bit of uncertainty about what you’ll get.If you’re a regular user of the internet, there’s no doubt that the VPN is the way to go.It protects your data from spammers and tracking devices.It encrypts your data […]

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How to switch from FireFox to Google Chrome and back again

In order to get the most out of Chrome, we use the latest updates from Google Chrome as the default browser, which is great.But as we’ve seen with the latest security updates, Google has not updated their web browser for years, leaving it vulnerable to attack.In the end, we decided to switch to Firefox instead.The biggest reason for switching to […]

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How to get rid of the Google Flush DNS in Ubuntu 10.10 (and 11)

If you have ever tried to use a Google DNS service in Ubuntu 12.04 or 12.10, you have probably encountered some issues.The Google DNS has been removed in Ubuntu 15.04 and newer and is no longer maintained.The problem with this Google DNS is that it uses a lot of bandwidth, and it also does not have the same caching mechanism […]

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