Today we will explore one really important component of your secure online surfing – A Private DNS server. Let’s start.
Private DNS server: Explanation & Example
Let’s imagine you begin your Android/ Apple device’s search for various items while connected to a public network (like one at a shopping mall). Your search queries could be intercepted by someone else on the same network who has the necessary abilities, allowing them to know exactly what you’re looking for. That might not be hazardous, or it might be dangerous. In either case, why run the risk?
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Ping command – Definition
The Ping command is one of your operating system’s built-in network diagnostic commands (Windows, Linux, macOS, FreeBSD, etc.). Ping is used to testing connectivity between your device and the target, which can be a hostname such as google.com or an IP address such as 192.168.2.1.
Ping sends four 32-byte messages to the target by default, using the ICMP protocol (Internet control message protocol).
Popular examples of Ping command
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