DNS-over-HTTPS is a relatively new technology that aims to keep your browsing private. There are good and bad things about it, and whether you should use it or not, it depends on your personal preferences. But before we dive into the intricacies of the technology, we first need to establish: what is DNS-over-HTTPS, and how …

Global DNS Firewalls Market 2021 Analysis – Market Share and Size, CAGR, Key Players, Growth Drivers and Barriers, Capacity and Volume, SWOT and Others Analysis, Sales and Revenue, Distribution Channels and Marketing Methods, and Market Forecast. The DNS Firewalls market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.9% during the forecast period of 2020 …

Speculation in one form of another has an ancient and honorable history. It not only creates entrepreneurial activity but fuels markets for selling wares and offering services, but also generates competition for consumers and wars over loyalty. The commercialization of the Internet in the 1990s, which extended market activity into virtual (cyber) space, has many …

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Mosyle presented its Encrypted Domain Name System (DNS) filtering and security solution, an offer designed to automate web filtering and encryption exclusively on Apple devices. By focusing on the device rather than the network, Mosyle provides K-12, higher education and business customers with web filtering and end-user privacy for Apple devices in school. , at …

MOSCOW, October 5. / TASS /. The global blackout that hit social media on Monday could have been triggered by the removal of Facebook-linked DNS records from global routing tables, cybersecurity company Group-IB told TASS. The exact cause of the outage is not yet known, the statement said, but the most likely culprit is that …

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp disappeared from the internet on Monday, for nearly eight hours before being fixed Mark Zuckerberg’s companies have apologized to their active users, but have been quiet about the reason for the three social media crashes DNS, known as the Domain Name System, has been linked to the eight-hour crash, seeing it …

This Monday (4), Brazil was surprised by an avalanche of services out of the air simultaneously. According to the Downdetector site, Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp, Banco do Brasil, TIM, Vivo, Google, Nubank, YouTube, Oi, Twitter, Amazon, Telegram and a dozen others have stopped working. There were those who were excited about it, thinking it was …

Facebook and the services owned by the social media giant were hit hard by a massive outage this afternoon that resulted in all such services going down for nearly four hours at this point. However, Google’s 8.8.8.8 DNS service, which slowed down amid the Facebook crash, is caught in the mess. DNS, or Domain Name …

Facebook’s global outages appear to be related to a DNS issue. Facebook dominated online conversations when its services came out completely earlier this morning. These issues have spread to all of Facebook’s services, meaning Instagram and WhatsApp have gone down as well. Even programs that use Facebook for logins have encountered problems as a result. …