• December 2015 Patch Tuesday: DNS query and zero-day flaws fixed

    Microsoft's December 2015 Patch Tuesday brings a number of fixes to Windows, including a patch for a DNS query bug and zero day flaws in the Windows kernel and Microsoft Office.

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  • Is Amazon Route 53 your choice for cloud-based DNS? Why or why not?

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  • DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC)

    DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) are a set of Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards created to address vulnerabilities in the Domain Name System (DNS) and protect it from online threats.

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  • What is difference between a WINS server and a DNS server?

    For a lot of people, the relationship between WINS and DNS is a bit of a mystery, but we are hoping to clear things up with your question. Firstly, DNS refers to 'Domain Name Server,' while WINS refers to 'Windows Internet Name Service' – both are used to resolve names, but in a very different...

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  • What steps can be taken to lead to a more secure DNS?

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  • DNS co-founder discusses need for a more secure DNS

    Thirty years after creating the Internet's domain name system, co-creator Paul Mockapetris talks about addressing Internet challenges with a more secure DNS.

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  • What you need to know about the DNS system

    The domain name system is a fundamental building block of the Internet. Our expert explains the details of what makes it work.

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  • Improve network availability with Amazon Route 53

    Route 53 is an Amazon service that gets less attention than some of the others, but that doesn't mean it's not important. This scalable DNS service can improve network availability and reliability.

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  • How to troubleshoot DNS server failures

    DNS server failures are one of the most critical types of malfunctions on a Windows network. Learn a basic knowledge of troubleshooting techniques and how to execute quick tests to narrow down the cause of DNS server failures.

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  • Configuring DNS server properties

    When followed correctly, DNS is fairly simple to use in Active Directory. However, it's even easier when you understand certain configurations. Expert Gary Olsen breaks down the DNS complexities that every admin should know about.

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