DNS (Domain Name System) is an Internet service that converts user-friendly domain names into the numerical Internet protocol (IP) addresses that computers use to talk to each other. When you enter a domain name, such as www.fbi.gov, in your web browser address bar, your computer contacts DNS servers to determine the IP address for the website. Your computer then uses this IP address to locate and connect to the website. DNS servers are operated by your Internet service provider (ISP) and are included in your computer’s network configuration. DNS and DNS Servers are a critical component of your computer’s operating environment—without them, you would not be able to access websites, send e-mail, or use any other Internet services. Continue reading
Have u heard the news?
Well, the news about facebook, friendster, multiply and other social networking website?
According to the news at ABS-CBN last 10th of March 2009 that was Tuesday 7 in the evening. This social networking websites are gathering user’s data and what’s worst is ALL YOUR DATA YOU PUT THERE WILL BE THEIR SOLE PROPERTY! Ohhh… Meaning if they own your data THEY CAN SELL it to third party websites! That’s the reason you are receiving lots of SPAM emails from the time you register to this social networking websites.