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DNS

 (DNSc) Doctor of Nursing Science.

DNS

Abbreviation for Director of Nursing Service(s).

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Abbreviation for dansyl.

DNS

Abbreviation for:
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DNS

Abbrev. for Director of Nursing Services.
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Attackers flooded Akamai's domain name servers with spurious traffic, causing response times to drop sufficiently low that the majority of requests for web pages could not be delivered upon before they timed out.
To determine a potential threat, Cisco's Encrypted Traffic Analytics examines a number of data sources including, transport layer security handshake metadata, domain name server contextual flows linked to the encrypted data and the HTTP information taken from the same source IP address within a 5-minute window.
Tenders are invited for Internet Service Provider (ISP) services including Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and Domain Name Server (DNS) hosting for a three (3) year period.
A successful domain name server attack on a large Russian payment processor could be a sign of things to come, a U.
LONDON -- NLnet Labs and Nominet today announces Unbound, an open source domain name server (DNS), is now available to all Windows operating systems including Windows XP and Vista.
According to Stealth Communications, the VPF SRV Registry maps Internet domain names to Internet addresses, based on Domain Name Server (DNS) lookup architecture.
If a customer's IP address is found to be listed in public Domain Name Server Blackhole Lists the customer is quickly informed, Sophos said.
Afilias joins other industry leaders as a financial sponsor and member of a steering committee which will oversee the multi-year development project to ensure that the next version of the BIND Domain Name Server architecture is design to meet the needs of the global DNS community.
Their research, which identified a security weakness in the way a common Domain Name Server (DNS) was often deployed, led to a software tool that allows developers and deployers to assess the security implications of various options for deploying DNS.
TiGER-M@TE did not actually deface Google, but rather infiltrated a domain name server (DNS) in Kenya and redirected users to an alternate website.
The attack followed a period of disruption earlier this week which was caused when a technician made a configuration change to the routers on the edge of Microsoft's Domain Name Server (DNS) network.

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