Last week Forescout Research Labs and JSOF Research disclosed NAME:WRECK, a set of Domain Name System (DNS) vulnerabilities that have the potential to cause either Denial of Service (DoS) or allow Remote Code Execution (RCE) for tens of millions of Internet-connected devices.Read More
Check out Dr. Paul Mockapetris, inventor of the Domain Name System and ThreatSTOP's Chief Scientist on this Command Line Heroes episode "Season 7, Episode 1: Connecting the Dot-Com"
Click, sit back, and enjoy. Here is the direct link to the episode: https://www.redhat.com/en/command-line-heroes/season-7/dot-comRead More
In the coming days, CrowdStrike will formally end-of-life their DNS service that many customers are using. This service takes Crowdstrike intelligence and puts it into a CrowdStrike-managed DNS resolver to protect against advanced threats that they are tracking. When this service is retired, you will no longer have protection at that layer. As an important note, there are many classes of devices that endpoint protection do not work on (medical devices, IoT, etc) but by using DNS, you can still provide a strong layer of protection.Read More