Expanding the knowledge about DNS records, we can’t skip another of the essential DNS CNAME record.
DNS CNAME record explained
The full name of the CNAME record is Canonical name record. The Canonical Name is demonstrating which exactly is the real name of a domain. In that direction of thought, the DNS CNAME record serves the purpose to point which is the true canonical domain name of one domain name.
Find out the most common uses of the CNAME record!
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Whatever we do, there will be failures. The computer can break down; the connection can get saturated; a bug can cripple a server, or whatever other reason can lead to a big problem. But can a person stay 24-hour a day monitoring our DNS servers? There is a better solution, a service that will monitor your DNS traffic and act if there is a problem, and it is called DNS Failover.
DNS Failover service – How does it work?
DNS Failover explained
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To park a domain means you put it on hold. It’s like you get a domain name, but you don’t relate it with services (web hosting, email). You park it to use it later, so it just shows a landing or holding page on it. Commonly, it displays a message that can be your contact info or a specific reason for the domain to be parked, “under construction”.
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The Dig command is one of the most popular NSlookup alternatives for Linux and macOS. Here we will show you how to use it for checking your domain and all its DNS records.
What is the Dig command?
DIG is an abbreviation of Domain Information Groper, and it is a software with a command-line interface for domain probing. You can find the command on almost every Linux distro like CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, and more.
10 Most used DIG commands
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If you plan to build a website or you are already looking for a web hosting service, you must read this.
Choosing a web hosting provider and a suitable plan is critical for you to succeed online. But many people don’t choose well, because they don’t clearly understand how this service really works. Of course, you can change provider and plan if your initial decision doesn’t work, but to migrate from service to service will take you time, effort, and money that, honestly, you can save.
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Are you tired of Windows 10 or macOS? Are you searching for something fast and exciting? What about the freshest Linux distro out there – Linux Mint! Let’s take a deep dive into Linux Mint and see all the great reasons to make it your primary OS, or at least your dual boot option.
What is Linux Mint?
Linux Mint is one of the popular Linux distros for home and office. It is based on another popular distribution called Ubuntu and can run pretty much everything for it too.
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Originally, hacking had a positive connotation. Hackers were tech enthusiasts trying their creativity for optimizing, customizing, and tweaking.
This changed dramatically when such “creativity” was used to breach security defenses from systems and networks to exploit them through stealing, altering, or destroying information.
Currently, just to mention, the word “hacking” can get us goose gumps. We know how harmful it can be and that everybody can fall, governments, big and small companies, famous and common people.
Let’s check 5 modern hackers who made history!
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Shared hosting, cloud hosting, VPS… No, today we will speak about something better. Dedicated hosting is the king of the hill when we are talking about standardized types of web hosting.
Dedicated web hosting is more expensive, but sure it has what to offer. Do you want to know more about it?
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