Cloud DNS services are getting popular. More and more companies are benefiting from the Cloud infrastructure and advanced tech that DNS providers can offer. To be able to make a choice, you need first to understand what Cloud DNS service is.
What is DNS?
What is DNS poisoning (DNS spoofing)?
DNS poisoning (DNS spoofing) is a technique that hackers use. It imitates another device, user, or client. It acts as a cover, which makes it easier to disrupt the regular flow of traffic or reach protected information.
Internet is a really large network. The current amount of interconnected networks, devices, servers, routers, data centers, etc., is massive. So it is the amount of information exchanged every day. If we could visualize all the data packets traveling worldwide every single second, the image could be really astonishing.
This constant transit and interaction of components for sure need order. Fortunately, the Internet’s creators took proper actions to avoid chaos, like developing the Internet protocol (IP) that was officially incorporated into the ARPANET (Internet’s ancestor) in 1983. The original version of such IP is exactly the IPv4 address.
Imagine you have an e-commerce site about shoes. One of your models has run out of its black-colored variant, but you still have gray. Your clients could be interested in the other color, but what can you do to direct them to it instead of showing a “temporary out of stock” message? Or what happens if you completely stopped selling this model? Wouldn’t it be nice if you can redirect the traffic to another page and not lose clients? Let’s see the 301 redirect vs 302 redirect comparison now!