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Is DNS the Key to DGA Protection?

Command and control servers (C2s) are a central part of malware campaigns - almost all malware families communicate with C2 servers to receive orders from the attackers controlling them. Threat actors go to great lengths to keep these servers up and running while law enforcement attempts to shut them down and security vendors strive to protect their customers from them. When C2 addresses were hard coded into malware it wouldn’t take long before the address was found, published and taken down or blocked. Today's reality is much more complex.

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