#cloudbleed and how it affects easyDNS members

The big news this morning is #cloudbleed, a bug in Cloudflare’s web service that was discovered by a Google researcher to be leaking sensitive data, including authentication credentials in plaintext. Due to the size of the Cloudflare user base, this affects a huge swath of the internet, including many easyDNS customers. There are three main … [Read more]


Customer Feedback Surveys Considered Harmful

  Share Email https://www.easydns.com/blog/2017/01/26/customer-feedback-surveys-considered-harmful/#dW5pbnRlbmRlZC1 Customer satisfaction surveys are hot. Every time you go to the bank, open a support ticket with an online vendor, go on a trip or hire a freelancer for any task, you will subsequently be dogged relentlessly with email requests to rate your experience. On the surface, this is good idea. … [Read more]


Why you need a paper shredder.

Share Email https://www.easydns.com/blog/2017/01/14/buy-a-paper-shredder/#YmlsbGluZy1zdGF I just got in from walking the dog, out in my travels I saw a piece of paper in the gulley where she was sniffing around and I noticed the Amex logo. It was a credit card statement. Yesterday was garbage day and after a few days of high winds, I figure … [Read more]


Fake domain emails rising and more malicious

The number and variations of “fake domain” type emails are on the rise and carrying more malicious payloads. Fake ICANN “Compliance” emails One set making the rounds are variants of fake ICANN “compliance” emails such as the one pasted below: Dear Domain Owner, Our system has detected that your domain: {example}.com is being used for spamming … [Read more]