New Windows DUC Available for Download/Update

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No-IP recently released a new version of our Windows Dynamic Update Client (DUC). The new version 4.1.1 has corrected certain features and added new ones. Check out all the DUC updates below. Continue Reading

Critical Flaw Found in BIND Software

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Last week a flaw was found that affects all versions of the BIND 9 software. This denial of service (DoS) vulnerability was rated critical by the Internet System Consortium (ISC) as it is difficult to defend against. The flaw named CVE-2015-5477, relates specifically to TKEY queries and allows for hackers to launch DoS attacks. When exploited this vulnerability can be used to crash both authoritative and recursive DNS servers. Continue Reading

Meet No-IP’s Newest Intern Liam Gomez

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This month, we welcomed a new software development intern to our team, Liam Gomez. He comes to No-IP with a tech background and the hope to work in development after graduation. Continue Reading

No-IP To Host Wisdom as a Service Tour

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We are thrilled to announce that on the evening of Monday, October 26th, we will be hosting the Wisdom as a Service World Tour. The Wisdom as a Service World talk has been a keynote at PHP UK London, PHP Day in Verona Italy, PHP Tek in Chicago, Peers Comp in Philadelphia and many more. We are honored to bring this event to the Reno-Tahoe area and hope you can join us. Continue Reading

3 Simple Ways to Keep Your Website Secure

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It seems like every day we hear about another website being hijacked, or attacked in order to get user information or to be used as a temporary web server to host illegal files. So it is important to make sure that your website is secure not only for yourself but for your potential users. So how can you make sure your website is secure? Check out the tips below. Continue Reading