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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: dns-firewall

Why Switch When You Can Keep the Service You Trust? Infoblox ActiveTrust vs. ThreatSTOP DNS Firewall Service

 

Received a notice from Infoblox lately?

If you’re a DNS Legacy Firewall customer, you’ve probably gotten a warning to migrate to ActiveTrust by end of January….. or else. However, that’s not the case. The Threat Intelligence/RPZ Feed you’ve been utilizing with Infoblox is a ThreatSTOP powered service and it’s still operational. We’ve also been developing and improving our product, now offering our new, Next Generation DNS Firewall Service to active subscribers without any added charges.   

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DNS Firewall: What Is It & Why Should You Have One?

What's DNS? 

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DNS Inventor and ThreatSTOP Chief Scientist is Guest on Domain Name Wire Podcast

Paul Mockapetris

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DNS Capabilities in Windows Server 2016: DNS Firewall and more

Click here to read Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Dynamics, SDN, & DNS, Kumar Ashutosh’s technical summary of the DNS Capabilities available in Windows Server 2016 including DNS Policies, Response Rate Limiting (RRL), DANE Support, Unknown Record Types, IPv6 root hints, DNS Server on Nano and ThreatSTOP’s partnership to provide DNS Firewall security to block malicious domain access.

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Blocking Cryptolocker Ransomware

ThreatSTOP and DNS Firewall block Cryptolocker

Stop extortion by cybercriminals using IP and Domain Name reputation.

ThreatSTOP has started blocking a new variety of malware called "cryptolocker" for our subscribers and those of our OEM partner Infoblox. Cryptolocker is a new and widely spreading form of "Ransomware" that encrypts files on an infected Windows computer and any networked file systems it has access to.

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