Browse Blog Posts Tagged With “ccTLDs”

Despite DNS break, OpenDNS users can still access Instagr.am links

Twitter this morning: This morning we noticed that Instagram’s short URL, Instagr.am, wasn’t resolving. Needless to say, Insta-fans were not happy. While hundreds of people were reporting the issue on Twitter, our engineering…

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The plumbing of the Internet: A cyber criminal's dream? Or a network admin's nightmare?

The Domain Name System was developed more than 30 years ago as a way to ensure that the brilliant network we now know as the Internet could scale and see adoption. Before the DNS existed, Internet users would need to remember the…

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Cameroon turns wildcarding on (yet again)

Cameroon is at it again, wildcarding all of the .cm namespace so they can put advertisements up when you typo .com domains like http://www.google.cm. Since August 9, OpenDNS users have had the option to undo this change and decide…

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.cm no longer a typo

Update: August 21, 2006 – Policies changed back for the .cm ccTLD. Read “Cameroon turns wildcarding on (yet again)” for more. We’re not going to keep updating this post with the status.

Earlier today, Cameroon (or the company…

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Cameroon takes the 'o' out of .com

Update: August 21, 2006 – Policies changed back for the .cm ccTLD. Read “Cameroon turns wildcarding on (yet again)” for more. We’re not going to keep updating this post with the status.

Update: August 10, 2006 – Policies…

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