DNSSEC: Upgrade your DNS protectionDec 19 2022 DNS DNS attacks Security DNS DNS cache poisoning DNS protection DNS records DNS server DNS zone DNSSEC Domain Name System Security Extensions
The DNS of your domain, service, or network is essential for it to be online and work properly. Unfortunately, you, I, and cyber criminals know it well. Consequently, they target it when they want to cause severe damage.
What does DNSSEC mean?
DNSSEC means Domain Name System Security Extensions. DNSSEC is a set of security measures for the Domain Name System (DNS) that aims to protect it against different types of attacks. DNSSEC uses digital signatures and cryptographic keys to verify the authenticity and integrity of DNS records, ensuring that the records provided by a DNS server have not been tampered with or altered in any way.Read More
Private DNS server explained in detailDec 14 2022 DNS Network Security DNS over HTTPS DNS over TLS DNS query DNS server DoH DoT HTTPS Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure Private DNS Private DNS server Public DNS servers TLS Transport Layer Security VPN
Private DNS server is the topic of our article today. We will explore its primary purpose in detail and will see additional fundamental information about it.
What is the Private DNS server full definition?
A network owner with a private network—a company or another entity—uses their own Private DNS domain names. As a result, they have complete control over the related zones and records to enable URL resolution to their internal apps and even between their LAN and cloud network.
Now, two terms—Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) —are crucial for Private DNS.Read More