Cloudflare first started talking about DNSSEC in 2014 and at the time, Nick Sullivan wrote: “DNSSEC is a valuable tool for improving the trust and integrity of DNS, the backbone of the modern Internet.”
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You can now refresh 126.96.36.199’s DNS cache for domain names by using the purge cache tool. This is useful for domain owners who have updated their DNS records and want to make sure it is reflected for people who are using 188.8.131.52 as their public DNS resolver.
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Cloudflare recently updated the authoritative DNS service to support nine new record types. Since these records are less commonly used than what we previously supported, we thought it would be a good idea to do a brief explanation of each record type and how it is used.