Internet Domain Holders Need To Test Their Sites for ‘DNS Flag Day’

Time to check your DNS settings!

The event for organizations and IT pros known as “Domain Name System Flag Day” will kick off on Friday, Feb. 1, 2019.

On that day, DNS providers will start to release new software updates that will stop supporting the old workarounds that currently exist for the DNS resolution process in some implementations. The old workarounds are typically found in the older DNS software that’s out there. A notification on the coming DNS Flag Day was issued this week by US-CERT.

Lodges Directed to Parked Domain Page

Some people going to Lodge websites are being directed to a generic GoDaddy “Parked Domain” page when using the individual Lodge domain name. e.g. as in
We are aware of the issue and are currently working to resolve the problem.

A bulk update with our domain registrar, GoDaddy, was made to the domain contact information and the auto-renewal option. Unfortunately, a number of the domains’ zone records were lost.  We have spent hours on the phone with GoDaddy support to resolve the issue.  Bottom line, there is no way to roll back the changes to the zone files and we are now manually reentering the domain forward for each domain that lost its record.