A Domain Name System (DNS) is a system that associates information with the domain names assigned to entities connected to the Internet or other networks. Comodo's DNS service powers the infrastructure of thousands of domain name registrars and web hosting solution providers worldwide. It is an enterprise-level service that advertises a unique, simplified management interface.
This DNS provides a fully-featured open API for managing its services, allowing them to be integrated with custom applications or a control panel.
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