Welcome to, a domain on the internet!

A domain name is a short readable way to identify digital resources on the internet. Registration is controlled by a centralised cartel who charge a rental fee for the names far beyond the actual running costs. The part of the domain name after the full stop is called the "TLD". Control of the .io TLD is partly delegated to the British Indian Ocean Territory.

This generic text/html page is being served by Apache on a Linux server in France. The TLS certificate provider is Let's Encrypt. The certificate was registered using acme-tiny.