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Month: April 2019

The ABC’s of DNS: a select glossary from the Men&Mice training archives – Part 1

As you’ve probably discovered by now, we have an honest passion for teaching and training. For the past 20 years, Men&Mice has been offering DNS and BIND courses across the globe. Always updated and always practical, from the start we’ve constructed classes to address real world challenges and solve problems that our students actually face. …

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How to explain Network Management to relatives and friends over the holiday (GIFs)

Life isn’t always easy for network managers and architects. The C-suite is constantly demanding more efficiency and smoother operations, at low cost. Your colleagues are asking for more user-friendly policies and services. And you have to keep up with an ever-changing landscape of technology (infrastructure sprawl) and its ripples into your domain. (Pun absolutely intended.) …

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DNS Privacy: DNS-over-HTTPS

DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH for short) is a standard developed by the IETF (under the RFC 8484 designation) to solve privacy concerns in DNS communication. DNS Privacy: a primer As we’ve talked about before, using DNS has been done in cleartext: the queries and responses between both the end user (applications, or stub resolvers, such as a …

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DNS privacy: DNS-over-TLS

DNS-over-TLS (DoT for short) is a standard developed by the IETF (under the RFC 7858 designation) to solve privacy concerns in DNS communication. DNS Privacy: a primer As we’ve talked about before, until recently,  DNS has been done in cleartext: the queries and responses between both the end user (applications, or stub resolvers, such as …

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