The Internet goes through a lot of transformations that we rarely notice. One of these changes that went unnoticed was DNS Flag Day. This event was held for the first time in 2019 and its second edition was on October 1 of this year.
Every day more devices are connected to the Internet. Each of these devices, ranging from computers to home appliances, need an IP (initials for Internet Protocol) address to connect and function. When you connect to the Internet, your device is assigned a unique number, world wide, to identify it. All websites have an IP address too.