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  1. Cloudflare Warp: beta clients for Windows and Mac are now available Internet company Cloudflare launched its 1.1.1.1 DNS service to the public on April 1, 2018. Besides using one of the easiest to remember IP addresses, Cloudflare promised that 1.1.1.1 would be one of the fastest DNS services, support DNS-over-HTTPS and DNS-over-TLS, and that it would honor user privacy. Cloudflare is one of the options in many, currently experimental, DNS-over-HTTPS implementations in web browsers (Chrome, Firefox) and operating systems (Windows). Cloudflare added optional filters to
  2. A Chrome feature is creating enormous load on global root DNS servers Google is doing to DNS what D-Link once did to NTP. 181 with 87 posters participating, including story author The Chromium browser—open source, upstream parent to both Google Chrome and the new Microsoft Edge—is getting some serious negative attention for a well-intentioned feature that checks to see if a user's ISP is "hijacking" non-existent domain results. The Intranet Redirect Detector, which makes spurious queries for random "domains" statistically unlikely to exis
  3. Understanding DNS—anatomy of a BIND zone file Need a clear, thorough guide to understanding how DNS records work? We got you. Enlarge / What does this stream of binary digits have to do with DNS? Nothing, really—but good luck finding a pretty pic somewhere that does! Santo Heston 73 with 57 posters participating, including story author If you want to be a sysadmin or network administrator of any kind, there's a fundamental technology you really need to understand—DNS, the Domain Name System. There was a time when
  4. Pi-Hole on Raspberry Pi Zero: As more and more things become IoT and stay online and do who knows what about user data, it is right time to back control. This simple program can block ads at DNS level. Meaning you don't need an adblock anymore as ads never reach to you in the first place. This is truly a blackhole for ads! Minimum Requirements: Raspberry Pi Zero Wi-Fi (or new), MicroSD Card 8 GB, USB Drive, Micro USB Charger, Computer (You can use different ISO based on your preference. This looks complex but can be done in minutes! Steps: 1.
  5. Hack Brief: Microsoft Warns of a 17-Year-Old ‘Wormable’ Bug The SigRed vulnerability exists in Windows DNS, used by practically every small and medium-sized organization in the world. Photograph: JEENAH MOON/New York Times/Redux Since WannaCry and NotPetya struck the internet just over three years ago, the security industry has scrutinized every new Windows bug that could be used to create a similar world-shaking worm. Now one potentially "wo
  6. Security upgrade — Firefox turns encrypted DNS on by default to thwart snooping ISPs US-based Firefox users get encrypted DNS lookups today or within a few weeks. Enlarge Getty Images | Anadolu Agency Firefox will start switching browser users to Cloudflare's encrypted-DNS service today and roll out the change across the United States in the coming weeks. "Today, Firefox began the rollout of encrypted DNS over HTTPS (DoH) by default for US-based users," Firefox maker Mozilla said in an announce
  7. Giveaway : 3 Months of Smart DNS Proxy Service for FREE. Promoted Subscription : Lifetime 57% Discount No credit card needed! This promotion also includes lifetime special discount of up to 57%. Users will not be effected from any future price increase! Smart DNS Proxy provides access to over 140+ global video and music streaming services including American Netflix, Hulu Plus, BBC iPlayer, Pandora, etc. You can find all List Of Supported Services Here. Service works with multiple devices: PC, Mac, Linux, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android Tablet/Phone, PS3/4, Xbox One/360, Chromecast, Roku,
  8. Mozilla published a list of requirements that companies need to meet if they want to be included as Trusted Recursive Resolvers for Firefox's upcoming DNS-over-HTTPS feature. DNS-over-HTTPS aims to improve user privacy, security and the reliability of connections by sending and receiving DNS information using HTTPS. Mozilla ran a Shield study in 2018 to test the DNS-over-HTTPS implementation in Firefox Nightly versions. The organization selected Cloudflare as its partner for the study after Cloudflare agreed to Mozilla's requirements to not keep records or sell or trans
  9. Google plans to test DNS over HTTPS in Chrome 78 Google revealed plans to test the company's implementation of DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in Chrome 78. DNS over HTTPS aims to improve security and privacy of DNS requests by utilizing HTTPS. The current stable version of Chrome is 77 released on September 10, 2019. Google notes that DoH prevents other WiFi users from seeing visited websites; common attacks such as spoofing or pharming could potentially be prevented by using DoH. Google decided to test the DoH implementation in a different way than Mozilla. Mo
  10. Mozilla plans to roll out DNS over HTTPS to US users in late September 2019 Starting in late September 2019, DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is going to be rolled out to Firefox users in the United States. DNS over HTTPS encrypts DNS requests to improve security and privacy of these requests. Most DNS requests happen in the open currently; anyone listening to the traffic gets records of site and IP addresses that were looked up while using an Internet connection among other things. DoH encrypts the traffic and while that looks good on first glance, it needs to b
  11. Microsoft will integrate DNS over HTTPS in Windows 10 Microsoft revealed plans to integrate native support for DNS over HTTPS in the company's Windows 10 operating system in November 2019. The announcement was made on Microsoft's Networking blog on November 17, 2019. DNS over HTTPS is designed to improve privacy, security and the reliability by encrypting DNS queries that are handled in plaintext currently. DNS over HTTPS has been on the rise lately. Mozilla, Google, Opera as as well as several public DNS providers announced support for the standard.
  12. How to configure the DNS in iOS We taught you how to configure Safari in iOS to take control of how the browser works. Continuing with our internet tweaks, we are going to tell you how to configure the DNS in iOS. You should know that there is one huge drawback in iOS concerning DNS. You can only set a custom DNS if you are connected to a Wi-Fi connection. You cannot change the DNS on mobile networks, it’s just bizarre. One option around this would be to use a VPN instead that uses its own DNS service. When Andro
  13. I have a domain name ending in .TK, from freenom and webhosting supplied by bplaced. Do I use freenom's DNS to add info. from bplaced or vice-versa? In other words do I tell the host of the web site about the domain, the other way around or do I have to tell each about the other? The host of the website offer their own domain buying service which confuses things (for me). freenom talk about 20202020 or 20202121 as servers and bplace talk about DNS Crec or records? I'd appreciate someone familiar running through the setup procedure as although they have tried to tr
  14. Jime234

    Changing Mobile Data DNS

    Hi, I wanted to change the DNS of the Mobile Data of my Android Smart Phone. Its a simple process to Change DNS of WiFi but Mobile Data is just something else.. I've searched and tried some apps to change DNS but then I don't know it worked or not, there is no way to check ! Has anyone here tried it ?
  15. On May 31, 2018 we had a 17 minute outage on our 1.1.1.1 resolver service; this was our doing and not the result of an attack. Cloudflare is protected from attacks by the Gatebot DDoS mitigation pipeline. Gatebot performs hundreds of mitigations a day, shielding our infrastructure and our customers from L3/L4 and L7 attacks. Here is a chart of a count of daily Gatebot actions this year: In the past, we have blogged about our systems: Meet Gatebot, a bot that allows us to sleep Today, things didn't go as planned.
  16. ramonjosegn

    Smart DNS Proxy - Giveaway suscription

    Smart DNS Proxy is a versatile DNS service that works on many devices. You can use it to unblock websites, stream music and videos. It is faster than VPN, and for a limited time it is FREE! I am testing and is works very fine and speedy http://www.smartdnsproxy.com/
  17. In recent years, there has been an explosion of services designed to let you access geo-restricted content from anywhere in the world. Originally, VPNs were all the rage. But with the VPN clampdown by services like Netflix and BBC iPlayer, some users have turned to smart DNS providers instead. For people who are desperate to access such apps, they both have pros and cons. Of course, changing your DNS servers or using a VPN can have exceptional benefits outside the world of geo-blocking. However, many users won’t care about those benefits. To help you out, I’m
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