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David Ulevitch started EveryDNS while he was a freshman in college back in June 2001. Now nearly nine years later, EveryDNS provides simple, reliable and secure DNS services to the Internet community. It currently delivers DNS services to over 400,000 domains.

Today, Dyn Inc. the company who owns and operates has announced it acquired EveryDNS.  I have been using EveryDNS now for quite some time and it is superb. It really is one of the best DNS solutions out there.  If anyone had to acquire this service, I’m happy it was Dyn Inc.  I’ve been using their services for quite some time as well.

Below are a few prepared questions and answers from David.

1) Will my DNS service be interrupted?
Absolutely not.  While we’re working to transition services over to the Dyn infrastructure, we will do everything possible to ensure it’s a seamless and painless transition for you.

2) Do I have to do anything or make any changes?
Nope.  You will be given plenty of notice if you have to do anything.  But in the short term, nothing is changing.

3) Will the service remain free?
While we don’t 100% have the answer to that yet, we will not be making any changes to the service you are currently receiving for the foreseeable future.  We will be discontinuing signups in the near future but existing accounts will remain active and fully functional.

The Dyn Inc. team and I will be communicating more information in the coming weeks and months, but if you have an immediate question or comment, please send it to questions (at) everydns (dot) com

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