A domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority, or control on the Internet. Domain names are formed by the rules and procedures of the Domain Name System (DNS). Technically, any name registered in the DNS is a domain name.
I work for a large-ish company (thousands of employees across multiple locations). I recently needed to know what the possible public IP addresses are, so that a vendor could identify us (presumably ...
If you purchase an existing domain name that was already used by someone else what are the ways in which the domain could have been broken by the previous owner? Are such problems common and are there ...
Let's take lulzsec as an example; they registered lulzsecurity.com. There are two problems that I don't understand how they solved: They had to pay for it. Tracking down money is generally much ...
I can understand why one might desire to purchase a certificate for multiple years but I am left wondering why it appears to be possible to obtain a valid certificate for a domain that may have come ...
Now that the ICANN is allowing custom Top Level Domain names and often cooperate IT workers like to use .local as the TLD for internal networks, if someone does buy the .local TLD what are some ...