Registries, Registrars and DNS

There are fundamental elements that play a critical role in ensuring the internets functionality and accessibility. Among these, three key components stand out—registries, registrars, and the Domain Name System (DNS). While these terms may sound technical and complex, they form the backbone of our online experiences, shaping the way we navigate the web and access […]

The Affects of a CDN on your Websites Performance and Users Experience (and Google)

One of the most common questions we get related to our CDN is about performance. How much faster does it really make a website? Is it worth the trouble to enable a CDN for my site? Does performance have a material impact? Is it worth the cost benefit analysis? Let’s explore those questions. In this […]

Responding to Website Security Incidents – Incident Response Plan Basics

If there is one thing that we have learned from vulnerabilities like Log4Shell, Heartbleed, Apache Struts Framework, Shellshock, and so many others is that when it comes to the components that power the web, the fabric of the internet, we are not prepared. That acknowledgement is critical in helping us psychologically acknowledge that security itself […]

The Domain Name System (DNS)

In our previous article, we explored the relationships between Registrars, Registries and DNS. In this article, we will dive deeper into the world of DNS. The art of Routing Web Requests (Hello DNS) DNS stands for Domain Name System (DNS), you might hear it used interchangeably with Domain Name Server (DNS). It is the mechanism that […]