Custom DNS Ubuntu/Debian – Global

CAVEAT

If you connect to a corporate VPN it doesn’t resolve the corporate internal domains!

It seems you need something like splitDNS but haven’t managed to configure it.

Main article

Currently Ubuntu does not offer an easy way to set up a “global” DNS for all network connections: whenever you connect to a new WiFi network, if you don’t want to use the DNS server provided by the WiFi, you are forced to go to the network settings and manually set your preferred DNS server.

https://andrea.corbellini.name/2020/04/28/ubuntu-global-dns/

DNS Providers:

https://securitytrails.com/blog/dns-servers-privacy-security

Chosen Provider – Quad9:

https://www.quad9.net/service/service-addresses-and-features/

Has IPV6 too.

To use or not to use DNSSEC right now

https://dnsinstitute.com/documentation/dnssec-guide/ch06s06.html

Gnome Extensions

https://itsfoss.com/best-gnome-extensions/

target = blank vulenrability

https://dev.to/ben/the-targetblank-vulnerability-by-example

in short:

use

rel="noopener noreferrer"

whenever a link is

target="_blank"
WordPress application Frameworks

To create Wordpress based applications:

Here a list of frameworks and starter temes: https://includewp.com/

Here, one than promisses the moon: https://piklist.com/

Here, one that is not on the list: https://wp-papi.github.io/

Here, one that seems to be very handy: https://github.com/hiwelo/raccoon-plugin/wiki/Manifest-features

 

10 rules for efficient form design

http://babich.biz/10-rules-for-efficient-form-design/

Native cross platform

Two ways for the getting javascript apps with native performace and access to native APIs.

https://www.nativescript.org/

http://ionicframework.com/docs/v2/native/background-mode/

What is code

http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2015-paul-ford-what-is-code/

June 29, 2016
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