How does Anycast DNS increase your online presence?

Explanation of Anycast DNS

Anycast DNS is a type of communication or routing technology that enables rapid data transmission and reception. Using this technique, a single IP address can be typed into several DNS servers worldwide. Any of them is capable of responding to the request. The intended outcome is for the server physically closest to the user to respond. The response time is sped up dramatically as a result.

How does it interact?

When a device connects to the Internet, it uses its IP address to communicate with a server. One-to-one communication is the most fundamental form of communication. This is sufficient, and DNS resolution may be possible. However, specific requests will have to travel long distances to reach a server that only has the required data (A or AAAA record) and is located far away. The user will not receive the intended response if the server is unavailable. The query won’t get an answer.

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DDoS Protected DNS: Do I need it?

What is DDoS Protected DNS?

A robust network of servers located strategically all around the world makes up the DDoS protected DNS service. The ability of servers to balance traffic loads is quite good. To be alert in the event of an attack. The burden is divided among the servers in the network when there are noticeable traffic surges. More workers will stay with your company if an attacker succeeds in taking down a server as opposed to experiencing downtime.

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Botnet attack: Definition and Details

Botnet attacks have proved to have a devastating effect on the victims. Besides, it seems not hard for criminals to build the botnets or to rent them to execute the attack. Therefore, neglecting the threat is not wise!

Botnet attack: Definition.

A Botnet attack is a cyber assault in which the attackers leverage a group of infected devices (malware) programmed to execute malicious tasks against a target that can be a server, all types of websites, and other devices. By multiplying the attack sources, criminals can scale the aggression and make it harder to stop. Cybercriminals frequently use botnet attacks to deploy Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, scraping, data breaches, hijacking, malware distribution, sabotage of services, and more illegal actions. Experience proves that both enterprises and individuals can be targeted.

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