Tag: DNS

UDP (User Datagram Protocol) explained in details

DDoS, DNS, Internet

UDP (User Datagram Protocol) is one of the well-known protocols in network communications. Thanks to it, we are able to watch video...

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Types of DNS records – What are they and what is their purpose?

DNS Records

Do you know what types of DNS records are out there? If you don’t know them all, don’t worry, we will explain them all in brief. By...

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Linux Host command, troubleshot your DNS

Tools

Today we will add one more handy DNS tool – Host command on Linux. For the purpose, we will use the latest Linux Mint 19.1 (based on...

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Why media can’t live without CDN

CDN

Do you remember the time when we were reading the news in a printed newspaper and we were going to a video store to rent a VHS? The things...

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What is CDN (Content Delivery Network)?

CDN

Everybody uses CDN (Content Delivery Network). YouTube, Amazon, Netflix and many others are applying it on a massive world scale so you can...

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Understanding DoT and DoH (DNS over TLS vs. DNS over HTTPS)

DNS, Protocols

As more and more of our data is being transferred over the Internet, protecting it from third-party interception is essential. DNS over TLS...

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