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April 2021

TXT record
A TXT record (short for text record) is a type of resource record in the Domain name system (DNS) used to provide the ability to associate arbitrary text
Trusted Computing TXT records, a type of Domain Name System record; see List of DNS record types TXT (band), a South Korean boy band TxT (film), a 2006 Filipino
Wildcard DNS record
for sub.*.example for an MX record would match *.example, despite sub.*.example explicitly existing with only a TXT Record. Wildcard domains are widely
Sender Policy Framework
Current practice requires the use of TXT records, just as early implementations did. For a while a new record type (SPF, type 99) was registered and
List of DNS record types
This list of DNS record types is an overview of resource records (RRs) permissible in zone files of the Domain Name System (DNS). It also contains pseudo-RRs
TXT (band)
(Korean: 투모로우바이투게더; Tomorrow By Together, stylized in all caps), commonly known as TXT (/ˈtiː-ˈɛks-ˈtiː/ TEE-eks-tee/ TI-bai-ti), is a five-member South Korean
Text file
file if the suffix of the name of the file (the "filename extension") is .txt. However, many other suffixes are used for text files with specific purposes
of ads.txt files which can contain three types of record; data records, variables and comments. An ads.txt file can include any number of records, each
Zero-configuration networking
each corresponding to a SRV/TXT record pair. The SRV record resolves to the domain name providing the instance, while the TXT can contain service-specific
Brand Indicators for Message Identification
DMARC DNS record with a policy of either quarantine or reject, an exact square logo for your brand in SVG Tiny P/S format, and a DNS TXT record for the