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What is an A Record?

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An A or Address record is used for pointing a domain or subdomain to an IP address (IPv4). An A record can be used for finding the IP address of the computer that is connected over the Internet from a name. What are A records? An A record is going to map a fully qualified […]

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Clear Your System Cache in Ubuntu with These Quick Steps

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When your browse something your web browser, a cache of the websites you visit is saved by the browser in order to load the subsequent visits quickly. Similarly, Linux too keeps a system cache – apt-cache, application cache, etc. – so subsequent loading of the application will be very fast. Cache is a good concept […]

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Common Issues with Website Migration

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When migrating a website from a previous provider, it is important to test out the site while in development to ensure a smooth transition. If a website is incorrectly migrated, you can run the risk of losing not only functionality but also traffic and search visibility. Common issues that can persist following the move of […]

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Tips to Evade Spamming

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Email spamming is an ever present issue that can cost you or your business time and money. It is surprisingly easy for email addresses and computers to be hijacked for spamming purposes. Here are steps you can take to increase security and ensure you stay off the blacklist. Make sure your computer is free of […]

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Dirty Cow Vulnerability – Check How Dirty It Is?

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Dirty cow vulnerability mainly affects major Linux Operating Systems. Below is the impact of this vulnerability – Existing since nine years, the Dirty Cow vulnerability is found in Linux kernel and is privilege escalation vulnerability.  A security expert Phil Oester found this vulnerability that can be present in about every available Linux distribution. A race […]

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It’s Time to Update Your Server

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You might be getting for software updates several times. Though knowing it’s important, you might be ignoring it always. Surely there are reasons behind ignorance – “Sending an email to the client is important right now”; “It’s my presentation day today so I need to finish the presentation”; “What if something breaks?” But, when something goes […]