The State of IPv6 Adoption

The internet is complex with numerous interconnected devices. The IP address is the core of the internet. The second major incarnation of the web is IPv6 after IPv4. However, many people are familiar with the IPv4. Most traffic is still routed over the IPv4 even with the availability of the new IP address version for many years. Why is this adoption very slow? What are the implications of its adoptions to visitors and website owners relying on its availability to use the internet?

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The Four DNS Threats to Defend Against

When it comes to Domain Name System Stability and Security, the real vulnerability is ignorance. The Domain Name System is pervasive. Moreover, it is used a billion times every day without acknowledging its existence. For businesses, it is the critical component and digital identity for its security architecture. Like other technologies, it has threat susceptibility. There is always a nature to overlook the domain name system security. Let’s look at the common threats leveraging DNS.

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