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Chrome shows 'Not Secure' warning for non-HTTPS pages

TECH NEWS   DEREK MANNING   0 COMMENTS

Since the July 2018 release of Chrome 68, Chrome started showing the “Not secure” warning for all sites served over HTTP. ...



301 vs 302 Redirect for SEO: Which is Better?

DOMAINS   LAUREN ANDERSON   0 COMMENTS

301 and 302 are both redirect response status codes indicating whether the move is temporary or permanent....



DNS Failover: server monitoring and disaster recovery

DNS   LAUREN ANDERSON   0 COMMENTS

Server monitoring and DNS failover is a must-have for any individual and organization that interacts with customers via a website. Having a server go down is bad, not knowing about it and not having a reliable disaster recovery plan is even worse....



Two-factor authentication and dynamic IP updates

DDNS   DEREK MANNING   0 COMMENTS

At Dynu, we strive to provide you with the necessary tools to keep your account secure. Two-factor authentication (or 2FA) is the best way to ensure security. Without two-factor authentication, should your account password be compromised, your account could be subject to unauthorized access and you may lose your domain name, emails etc. ...



What is a pfx file in SSL certificates and why you should save it?

SSL   LAUREN ANDERSON   0 COMMENTS

An SSL certificate is essentially an X.509 certificate but has several file extension types and encoding formats. Different devices may require different formats but an pfx file in PKCS#12 format contains the certificate, the intermediate authority certificate, and the private key to the certificate, which makes it an archive that stores everything you need to deploy a certificate....



What is TTL or Time to Live and what TTL to set for DNS records?

DNS   DEREK MANNING   0 COMMENTS

Time to live (TTL) is one basic element of DNS records. It is the period of time in computer and computer networking technology that a unit of data such as a packet experiences before it should be discarded. TTL tells local resolving name servers how long ...



4 new year resolutions for domain owners

DOMAINS   DEREK MANNING   0 COMMENTS

We are almost in 2022, how are you doing with your new year resolutions? Many resolutions are hard to keep, which is why most of us end up abandoning them. But here are 4 easy resolutions you could have made as a domain owner that would have given you a sense of accompli...



How to submit a support ticket that gets a fast reply?

SUPPORT TICKETS   LAUREN ANDERSON   0 COMMENTS

This blog does not only apply to getting support from us but from any place you need tech support. We talked to our support staff that has been on both ends of tech support in many different companies and they provided some very useful insights. Th...



Domain Whois privacy: protect your personal information from advertisers

DOMAINS   DEREK MANNING   0 COMMENTS

Do you get a lot of spam calls on your phone? or unsolicited emails offering to build a new website for your domain name? How about SEO offers that promise to boost your Google rankings? You may wonder how those people get to know your phone number and email address...



What happens after a domain name expires?

DOMAIN   LAUREN ANDERSON   0 COMMENTS

When you register a domain name, you obtain the right to use it for a fixed period. Once a domain expires, it goes through three periods that make it increasingly difficult (and more expensive) to renew....



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