In figure 3 is shown the general scheme of interaction: two mechatronic devices rc1 and rc2 (RobotComponents) asynchronously pass the procedure of registration in the name Service ns (NameServer
Webnames Anycast DNS enhances the performance, reliability and security of a website's DNS servers, by geographically distributing a website's nameserver
information across a global network of DNS servers.
We found it acts as the "nameserver
" - or host - for the legal highs website.
In a follow-up Twitter message, the SEA also claimed that it had changed Facebook's domain nameserver
"An attacker with the ability to conduct a successful cache poisoning attack can cause a nameserver
's clients to contact the incorrect, and possibly malicious, hosts for particular services," CERT said.
A WHOIS database is an Internet database that contains information on the domain's nameserver
(a computer that has both software and data files necessary to resolve or convert domain names into corresponding Internet protocol numbers), the registrar through which the domain was registered, and in some cases, full contact information about a domain name.
When a browser makes a request, the message goes to a network computer known as a nameserver
, which looks up the target Web site's numerical Internet address and passes the message on to the relevant server.
(50.) See Root Nameserver
Year 2000 Status, at http://www.ican.org/committees/dns-root/ y2k-statement.htm (July 15, 19990 (listing the root servers) (on file with the Duke Law Journal).
Until now Ancor has only supported public loop switching, an implementation of the Fibre Channel standard which includes a nameserver
directory for doing device discovery that supports up to 16m nodes on storage area networks (SANs) which could span different countries.
The server exports a connection type Dynamic ([[Rho].sub.s]), and registers this with a nameserver
as part of its interface.