The following press release went out this morning. Please excuse the marketing-speak. The upshot of this is “hot swappable nameservers” …brought to you by the mad scientists at easyDNS.
With concerns to the recent storm hitting the U.S. and Canada, we have increased the time we will hold mail on our back-up mail users to 10 days from 5 days. thank you the easyDNS team. [ UPDATE – 2012-12-17 @ 12:27pm EST ] As it has been over six weeks since Sandy, we have […]
We are currently experiencing an outage at one of our data centres that is affecting a number of our non-core services. Outbound mail service is impacted, as well as our support ticketing system, our public resolvers and a few other periphery services. DNS is not impacted by this event, nor is url or mail forwarding, […]
[RESOLVED] Power has been restored to our office and the phones are online again. Our support staff is on site and answering both phones and email tickets. Once thanks for your continued support of easyDNS. Due to a power outage in the building where our offices reside , we are unable to […]
The new dynamic DNS client for Mac OSX Lion (10.6+) is now available. For those who have been having any difficulties using the earlier client (designed for versions below 10.6), this one is now formatted specifically for use with Lion. Download it from http://easyddns.org/
Overnight on October 24, 2011 between the hours of approximately 12:55am and 2:55am ET the NS1 and NS2 anycast constellations came under a DDoS Attack. The attack was a combined syn flood and DNS flood which impaired the following anycast constellations to varying degrees: ns1.easydns.com/remote1.easydns.com (a.k.a dns1.easydns.com) ns2.easydns.com/remote2.easydns.com (a.k.a dns2.easydns.net) The attack primarily impacted […]