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Zone

1. See: Free trade zone.

2. In marketing, an area that a single sales representative or team of sales representatives are assigned to cover. A sales representative whose zone is, for example, Oklahoma, is not allowed to try to sell products in Texas and vice versa. This helps prevents sales reps from competing with each other for commissions.
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The integrated NameSurfer[R] Suite/Secure64 DNS solution is available now through Secure64.
Headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, Secure64 is a software company offering high-performance DNS server software that makes the DNS trustworthy and secure.
The company's other DNS product, Secure64 DNS Authority, is an authoritative name server software product that's available at all times - even during network attacks or restarts.
com is the Web's premiere destination for DNS professionals, offering free online tools to monitor and maintain one of the most vital, yet vulnerable, lynchpins in the infrastructure supporting the Web - the Domain Name System.
DNSalerts proactively track emerging changes to DNS and instantly notify users with up-to-the-minute reports.
Having a common platform for both authoritative and recursive DNS produces additional benefits.
of the Dynamic DNS protocol, Meta IP/DNS is able to dynamically
Reverse DNS Lookup: allows administrators to look up a hostname using the IP address to find information about an IP address that is causing problems, to verify that a mail server has a reverse DNS entry, or to gather information about who is visiting your website.
NeuStar Ultra Services (formerly UltraDNS) is the leading service provider of DNS infrastructure to the ICANN g-TLD (generic) and the cc-TLD (country code) communities.
The company provides a free platform of reliable DNS (Domain Name System) service via its distributed network, with additional features that increase the speed and security of DNS.
The Microsoft DNS client flaws discovered by X-Force are of particular concern because the vulnerable DNS client is installed on all current Windows platforms," said Alain Sergile, technical product manager of X-Force, the research division of Internet Security Systems.