As the fabric of the internet evolves, security professionals must be aware of DNS security threats, such as DDoS attacks and schemes designed to direct users to malicious websites.
Quad9 goes far beyond standard DNS name resolution to improve privacy, security scalability and ease of use.
Cybercriminals are changing their tactics when it comes to phishing attacks, shifting their efforts from hacked web servers to malicious domains.
Though DDoS attacks using authentic IoT devices are easy to detect, they are one of the more difficult attack types to remediate.
Sender Policy Framework and DomainKeys Identified Mail are two techniques that can be used to limit the amount of spam in inboxes.
Sometimes it just takes a little common sense and knowledge of your system log files and the DNS requests contained therein to detect a data breach.
A recent threat report from Infoblox found that the underlying DNS hosting infrastructure of most malware is housed in the U.S. and Germany.
Large corporations tend to have a lack of data or evidence. By completing their data set, they can gain insight into their systems and protect themselves.