Should you block all the bad actors you already know and leave all the rest of the traffic freely, or should you just allow the trusted entities and block anything else? This is the dilemma between Blacklisting and Whitelisting. Let’s explore them a bit deeper and see the differences.
Online “attacks” are a really upsetting topic. But like with many uncomfortable things in life, ignoring them doesn’t prevent or fix them. So let’s face the fact that they exist, and they can hit us and learn more about how we can protect our online business.
What is a teardrop attack?
With GeoDNS service, you can accomplish remarkable results and drop the waiting time for your clients based on their location. No matter where your users are placed in the world, you can make your domain resolution much faster for them.
What does GeoDNS service mean?
GeoDNS service is usually a paid feature that can be found in the portfolio of the bigger DNS providers. Its purpose is to determine where are the users’ IP addresses. Afterward, it points them to the nearest server. Thus, it is often applied as a geographical routing method, which can assist with reducing the stress on an individual server. In addition, it routes the traffic to several servers, and it is a load balancer.
If your business has a worldwide presence and you desire to provide better performance to your clients, you should consider a GeoDNS service. It will ensure an excellent experience for the visitor of your website.
CDN is currently very popular. It works backstage, so don’t worry if you haven’t heard of it. Without it, a lot of companies all around the world would not be able to deliver their content to their visitors.
Thanks to the CDN, you can have your music, movie, news, or social network’s images quickly in milliseconds. Right when you want them. So let’s explain a little bit more about it.