A look at something you've just used, DNS! I have manually updated the captions to be as accurate as possible. I have manually updated the captions to be as accurate as possible. Enable the subtitles and from there you can translate to your native language via the
0:00 - Introduction
0:12 - Why we need DNS
2:07 - The structure of DNS hierarchy
6:15 - Recursive resolution
16:34 - Still need to use the name
18:55 - SNI and ClientHello
22:12 - Caching
25:05 - Cache poisoning
28:05 - Forwarding and summary
DNS (Domain Name System) is a system that translates domain names and hostnames into IP addresses. It is the backbone of the internet and helps computers to locate each other on the network. When you type in a URL, your computer contacts DNS servers to translate it into an IP address which it then uses to connect to the server hosting that website. The DNS server looks up the requested information in its database or caches it from a previous lookup before returning that information back to your computer so you can access the website.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the phonebook of the Internet. Humans access information online through domain names, like nytimes.com or espn.com. Web browsers ...
A fun and colorful explanation of how DNS works. Hey there! We made this comic to explain what happens when you type a website address in your browser.
Mar 26, 2019 — The DNS provides mapping between human-readable names (like www.amazon.com) and their associated IP addresses (like 126.96.36.199). DNS can be ...