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DNS

abbr.
domain name system

DNS

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (formerly in Britain)Department for National Savings
2. (Computer Science) computing domain name system
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Our participation in the Root Server Project is an instance of Avantel's active participation in fostering the adoption of technology in Mexico, and a key player in the country's growth into the digital era".
Another group, backed by the Open Root Server Confederation (ORSC) is getting its act together and is planning to use the web site at dnso.
The following organizations participated in Moonv6, phase II: AT&T, Chunghwa Telecom, France Telecom, Internet2, KDDI Labs USA, Native6, NTT R&D, Root Server Test Bed, U.
TAP) - Tunisia signed an agreement on the access of the Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI) as the manager of a root server for Digital Object Architecture (DOA), becoming thus the first African country and the 8th out of 12 countries to have put this high value-added technology into operation.
With the threat of unauthorized root server access, it can't be stressed any further as to how serious this bug is and as such Oester recommends that all Linux users patch their systems ASAP.
Among the company's key achievements, it claims to be the first provider in KSA to be IPv6 ready, the first to host a DNS root server in the GCC, and the largest hosting and cloud services provider in KSA.
7] ICANN Factsheet for the February 6, 2007 Root Server Attack.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is non-profit corporation created in 1998 to assume responsibility for IP address space allocation, protocol parameter assignment, domain name system management, and root server system management functions It is the body that oversees the internet's structure.
The group also said that they had hacked into the root server of the National Informatics Centre (NIC), which maintains most of the government websites.
This is the first DNS root server in Bahrain, which will contribute to the reliability and redundancy in DNS services to Internet users in Bahrain and surrounding regions.
the transfer of management of the root server system from the US Trade Department to ICANN, under appropriate international supervision by public authorities.
As manager of the Internet's master root server, he supervised the increase in the number of domain names from 500,000 to more than 20 million.