Nameservers

Nameservers match domain names to IP addresses. When a visitor tries to access a website that is hosted in your server, their device and the router queries a nameserver for the IP address of the domain that they wish to view. The nameserver returns the IP address for your web server and directs the visitor to the correct page. You must publish records for your domain names to nameservers so that visitors can reach those sites. These nameservers communicate with other nameservers to distribute the records of sites that your server hosts.

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Protect Yourself by Picking a Secure Password

Strong passwords are crucial to your digital wellbeing. Be sure to safeguard your information by applying the advices provided in this article.

Passwords of your email and social network accounts should be your top priority. You might think about your bank but hold on. If somebody manages to access to your email account, they could use the “forgot your password?” link on other websites you use, like online shopping or banking sites. If a hacker gets into your social network, they will have the opportunity to scam your friends by sending out links to dangerous websites or posting fraudulent messages asking for money. The bottom line is that a good password is all that may stand between a cyber criminal and you and your people.

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How to Choose a Good Domain Name for Your New Website

OK, so you want to have your own website, two basic things should be on your check list: A good domain name and some place to host your files so that you can publish your website.

For some of us, these things may not ring a bell but if you want people to find you online, you should provide your domain name like your virtual address. Nowadays, you can easily buy a hosting service and a domain name. Yet, today’s topic is about selecting.

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