A DNS outage is a state of the Domain Name System in which you cannot access web pages with their domain name. Very unpleasant, right? In today’s article, we will look at what causes it and how you can protect yourself from it.
What is the definition of a DNS outage?
Domain Name System is the process that connects domain names to IP addresses. This is a necessary component of the Internet. It’s also one of the most precarious. DDoS and other hacker assaults on DNS servers have the potential to bring down large portions of the Internet. DNS issues are caused by more than just hackers. Hardware problems, database corruption, and networking issues can all cause DNS to go down.