According to the Washington Post, Syria’s largest city, Aleppo, lost the Internet today. As many Americans are aware, the 2 1/2 year struggle in Syria, which has claimed the lives of more than 100,000 people and turned millions into refugees, has hit another low point.

Question of the day: What are pros and cons of using Third Party DNS Validation Tools and Command Line Tools?

Third Party DNS validation tools and command line tools can both be used to your advantage in order to debug and solve configuration errors.

We are happy to say that DNS Made Easy has seen tremendous growth in our trustworthy backup email services during Q3 2013. Recent outages by primary hosting companies and email service providers is the primary reason for the large increase in usage to our secondary email services.

Remember this scene from SpaceBalls about the secret combination? Think most people don’t choose such passwords? Think again.

Many, many, many people fail to set a good password. And while many other people, who are wise when it comes to setting good passwords, laugh at the people who set a password as “1,2,3,4,5,” the LinkedIn breach from June of 2012 revealed just how un-clever people, the poor password setters, can be when choosing their passwords.

This week DNS Made Easy finished making hardware upgrades throughout the United States.

What did Steven Job, President of DNS Made Easy, have this to say about the facelift? Well, we made a point to ask him about these exciting new hardware upgrades!

“We did an entire technology upgrade on our DNS hardware after doing years of research and testing,” Job explained.