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DNS Lookups

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DNS lookups should not include the"www." unless your checking for something specific.
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A mail exchanger record (MX record) is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System that specifies a mail server responsible for accepting email messages on behalf of a recipient's domain and a preference value used to prioritize mail delivery if multiple mail servers are available. The set of MX records of a domain name specifies how email should be routed with the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.
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An A Record (IPv4) or AAAA (IPv6) record is an entry in your DNS Table (zone) file that maps each domain name (e.g. or subdomain (e.g. to an IP address. In other words, the A-record tell which IP address to send the user to for each domain or subdomain. This means that you can have different subdomains of your website pointing to different IP addresses.
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TypeHostnameCanonical NameSearch
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A CNAME record or Canonical Name record is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) that specifies that the domain name is an alias of another, canonical domain name. This helps when running multiple services (like an FTP and a web server; each running on different ports) from a single IP address. Each service can then have its own entry in DNS (like and Network administrators also use CNAME Records when running multiple web servers on the same port, with different names, on the same physical host.
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PTRyyz08s10-in-f14.1e100.net173.194.43.110Blacklists - SMTP - WHOIS - ARIN
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A PTR record is essentially the opposite of an A record. A records resolve names to IP addresses. PTR records resolve IP addresses to names. A PTR record is also known as reverse DNS.
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TXTgoogle.comv=spf1 ip4: ip4: ~allBlacklists - SMTP - WHOIS - ARIN
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An SPF Record, or Sender Policy Framework (SPF), as defined in Experimental Specification RFC 4408, is an email validation system designed to prevent email spam by tackling source address spoofing, a common vulnerability. SPF allows administrators to specify which hosts are allowed to send email from a given domain by creating a specific SPF record in the public Domain Name System (DNS). Mail exchangers then use the DNS to check that mail from a given domain is being sent by a host sanctioned by that domain's administrators.
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An NS Record is used to define Name Servers that are responsible for the domain name records. Every domain name is required to have a primary name server (only one), and at least one secondary name server. This is to help ensure that all domains are reachable.

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