Domain Name System (DNS)
What is DNS and why do we need it? While your website may have a domain name such as "www.example.com", it is actually hosted on an IP address. Every device on the World Wide Web has a unique IP address, and it is this IP address that your computer ...
What is edge caching? Edge caching saves large files from websites onto caching servers, in this case on the Polaris edge servers. With edge caching enabled, visitors visiting your websites will load files from our servers instead of your website ...
Setting up with Nameservers
Step 1: Verifying DNS records Polaris automatically adds your DNS records based on our analysis of your website. Please verify them and if there are any missing, please enter them manually according to this article. If you would like to import or ...
How does Polaris protect your website?
What does Polaris do? Polaris provides DNS security and monitors traffic accessing your website for any malicious activities. This protects your websites from various types of attacks, including those on the OWASP Top 10 List as well as DDoS attacks. ...
Setting up with a CNAME Record
Step 1: Verifying your domain: This step would have to be accomplished in your DNS provider. Please refer to your DNS provider's FAQs or knowledge base on how to add a TXT record. The above image is from adding a TXT record on the Polaris webpage. It ...