The course is fully booked. The course will be offered again after the summer holidays, and we will announce a new date for the course as soon as it is set.
This course will introduce you to the basics behind DNS structure and protocol principles and domain names. You will learn about the different concepts and tools used when working with DNS.
DNS is short for Domain Name System. It is part of the internet infrastructure and therefore necessary for web navigation, email distribution and other internet functions.
During this workshop, there will be a few simple exercises, and it only requires an ordinary web browser to attend this course.
Thomas Steen Rasmussen works for internet provider BornFiber as Unix administrator/security manager/developer. He also runs his own one-man business – tyktech. He is involved in the DNS censorship service and similar internet activist projects.
09.15-10.30: Explanation of ICANN’s role and responsibility. We will discuss the terms registry, registrar, and registrant.
10.45-12.15: The history, background, and structure of DNS
The course is for DNS beginners - without a technical background. The course is also for people, who wants to gain insight and knowledge in DNS, and the role DNS plays on the internet.
Date: April 12th 2021
Adress: Remote (link is sent the day before the course)
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the course title, your name, and your company name.