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Domain and Keyword

Should my domain name be the same as my keyword?

delegation – Microsoft DNS multiple name servers for a domain behavior not documented

A delegated domain on a Microsoft DNS server that delegates a sub domain to external name servers. ex.

subdomain.domain.com
NS IP x
NS IP Y

The advanced tab shows server options and round robin check box. This appears to work as expected to round robin queries between X and Y when a income query requires resolution by the subdomain name servers.

We had heard from Microsoft that they send queries to both name servers at the same time and use the response from the one that responds first. And then prefers the fastest name server of the N name servers.

There is no public documentation that states this from Microsoft.

Testing shows round robin in a lab (latency is the same for each name server) using packet trace and no proof it sends requests to all configured name servers.

Does anyone have experience in this load balance or parallel name server queries.

backlinks – Would there be any SEO risk if I link to some website with a high domain authority in exchange for traffic?

First, this is a common approach with people trying to get more links to their website. They’ve read some outdated SEO article about how to build more links to their site.

I get these emails asking me to link to their content regularly. No one ever offers me a reciprocal link (a clear violation of Google’s guidelines). But I have had people offer me money. That too is a clear violation of Google’s guidelines. See https://developers.google.com/search/docs/advanced/guidelines/link-schemes

The few times I have responded to these emails about how it would benefit me, I never hear back from them.

But to answer your questions, there’s little risk to you. Neither of the sites appear to be spammy based on their DA. Furthermore, Google appears to smart enough to ignore spammy links and not penalize for it. Additionally, linking to other domains doesn’t necessarily reduce your site’s rank. See Does using links to other pages dilute the linking page’s link juice/page rank?

However, if they aren’t going to link back to you, how would they send you traffic? Are they going to mention your company or your website anywhere? Or are you simply hoping that their having a lot of visitors (which is always a guess if you don’t have access to their system), will somehow generate traffic to your site?

versioning – Domain driven design model version

sorry for the long question, but I love DDD but there is a problem I can’t seem to resolve.

We have a problem when adding business rules to the aggregate root.

Our architecture is mostly like this when we make a query from the front-end :

For a simple example, we have a Book we want

  1. to persist
  2. fetch it.

The book has

Name which has to be 10 characters
and an Author which needs 15 characters.

Here the pseudo code in TypeScript:

class BookAggregateRoot {
   private _name: string;
   private _author: string;
   private constructor(name: string, author: string) {
       this._name= name;
       this._author= author;
   }

   static create(name: string, author: string): BookAggregateRoot {
       if(name.length < 10) {
           throw error; // not really throwing, its just to show we have an error
       }
       if(author.length < 15) {
           throw error; // not really throwing, its just to show we have an error
       }
       // all data is valid, create the Book
       return BookAggregateRoot(name, author);
   }
}

1st Scenario : save the book

Client -> DTO -> controllers -> useCases(1. calls create from Book
class) -> calls repositories(persist the data) -> database -> data is
returned, repositories(2. calls create from Book class) ->
useCases -> mapperToDTO-> controller -> client.

2nd Scenario : fetch the saved book

Fetching data is in the same way but only, dont need to persist, only
fetch the data : Client -> DTO -> controllers -> useCases(builds the
query) -> calls repositories(query) -> database -> repositories(3.
calls create from Book class) -> useCases -> mapperToDTO-> controller
-> client.

As long as the business rules don’t change, it’s fine as the data stored and the data fetched has the same business rules.

The problem lies in the creating of the AggregateRoot. Let’s say now my Book needs a publishedDate, all data that previously doesn’t satisfy the data fetched from the database and will fail at step 3.

The class now becomes :

class BookAggregateRoot {
   private _name: string;
   private _author: string;
   private _publishedDate: Date;
   private constructor(name: string, author: string, publishedDate: Date) {
       this._name= name;
       this._author= author;
       this._publishedDate = publishedDate;
   }

   static create(name: string, author: string, publishedDate: Date): BookAggregateRoot {
       if(name.length < 10) {
           throw error; // not really throwing, its just to show we have an error
       }
       if(author.length < 15) {
           throw error; // not really throwing, its just to show we have an error
       }
       if(publishedDate.invalid) {
           throw error; // not really throwing, its just to show we have an error
       }
       // all data is valid, create the Book
       return BookAggregateRoot(name, author, publishedDate);
   }
}

the data will always fail at step 3. above as the create requires a date.

We could create a migration to fix all the data… but is that the right approach?

thanx in advance and let me know if there is anything to better the design. 🙂

linux – How to find all the json files hosted in a domain?

There is one domain that has lot of json files saved with the following structure:

https://example.com/apps/109816311/109816311_meta.json
https://example.com/apps/10823211/10823211_meta.json
https://example.com/apps/1058124/1058124_meta.json

The only thing that changes from one url to another is the numbers, but the first numbers before the
slash are always the same ones than the numbers after the slash.

I got some examples of valid urls so I can access those json files, but I’d like to get all of them.

I think there might be around 1500 valid urls , but obviously I can’t try every single combination to find out. Is there any way faster to do it?

PS: I tried entering https://example.com/apps/109816311/109816311_meta.json or https://example.com/apps/ at https://pentest-tools.com but it didn’t bring any results

using custom domain in caddy gives tls error

I have the following caddy file –

localhost {
    respond "Hello World !"
}

auth.demo.app.com {
    respond "Hello auth app"
}

When I do a sudo caddy reload I get the following error –

2021/01/23 08:05:07.347 ERROR tls job failed {“error”:
“auth.demo.app.com: obtaining certificate: context canceled”}

this is the error I see in the log –

2021/01/23 08:08:22.981 ERROR tls.issuance.acme.acme_client challenge
failed {“identifier”: “auth.demo.app.com”, “challenge_type”:
“tls-alpn-01”, “status_code”: 400, “problem_type”:
“urn:ietf:params:acme:error:tls”, “error”: “remote error: tls: no
application protocol”} 2021/01/23
08:08:22.981 ERROR tls.issuance.acme.acme_client validating
authorization {“identifier”: “auth.demo.app.com”, “error”:
“authorization failed: HTTP 400 urn:ietf:params:acme:error:tls –
remote error: tls: no application protocol”, “order”:
“https://acme-staging-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/acme/order/17665783/227021191”,
“attempt”: 1, “max_attempts”: 3}

obtaining certificate: context canceled

backlinks – Would there be without any SEO risk if I link to some website with a high domain authority in exchange for traffic?

First, this is a common approach with people trying to get more links to their website. They’ve read some outdated SEO article about how to build more links to their site.

I get these emails asking me to link to their content regularly. No one ever offers me a reciprocal link (a clear violation of Google’s guidelines). But I have had people offer me money. That too is a clear violation of Google’s guidelines. See https://developers.google.com/search/docs/advanced/guidelines/link-schemes

The few times I have responded to these emails about how it would benefit me, I never hear back from them.

But to answer your questions, there’s little risk to you. Neither of the sites appear to be spammy based on their DA. Furthermore, Google appears to smart enough to ignore spammy links and not penalize for it. Additionally, linking to other domains doesn’t necessarily reduce your site’s rank. See Does using links to other pages dilute the linking page’s link juice/page rank?

However, if they aren’t going to link back to you, how would they send you traffic? Are they going to mention your company or your website anywhere? Or are you simply hoping that their having a lot of visitors (which is always a guess if you don’t have access to their system), will somehow generate traffic to your site?

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