Major Outage Highlights The Necessity Of Reliable DNS

A major internet outage yesterday illustrated how a failure of the DNS can result in widespread disruption of internet traffic.

Fort Collins, CO – July 23, 2021 – Yesterday, a DNS outage took down many popular sites and services, including Playstation, Airbnb, and more. As the gateway to the internet, a stable DNS is essential to a functioning network, so selecting the correct DNS provider is crucial.

Secure64 DNS solutions are built to be redundant, stable, and capable of handling any challenges your network may face. With 99.999% service availability, supported by BGP anycasting to ensure maximum service continuity, advanced system monitoring providing detailed information through SNMP to guarantee maximum visibility, and built-in layers of security to prevent bad actors from interfering with your network, Secure64 DNS is a reliable DNS solution for some of the world’s largest networks.

If you’d like to learn more about Secure64 and how they can provide a stable and reliable DNS solution for your network, you can find more information at

About Secure64

Secure64 brings trust to the internet through its suite of purpose-built, secure, DNS-based network security products. The company was built on a foundation of security and has forged solutions that are self-protecting and immune to malware. Secure64 secures the DNS infrastructures of leading service providers, government agencies and enterprises globally.

Our DNS supports a worldwide subscriber base of over 1 billion, representing over of 20% of global mobile subscribers. Performing billions of DNS lookups every day across six continents, Secure64 lives up to its reputation for providing highly secure, reliable, and performant DNS solutions.

Secure64 is a privately held company which boasts deep technical and global experience in its leadership and technical staff. It is the only DNS solution provider that has authored a secure micro OS, automated the deployment of DNSSEC and built self-protecting DNS servers. For more information, visit