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The recent attacks on the DNS infrastructure operated by Dyn have generated a lot of comment in recent days. Indeed, it’s not often that the DNS itself has ...
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The DNS is normally a relatively open protocol that smears its data (which is your data and mine too!) far and wide. Little wonder that the DNS is used in many ...
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Quad9 is a public DNS resolver, with promises of better privacy, and a DNS-over-TLS access.
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In this article we are looking at possible ways to prevent denial of service attacks. One solution could be to use TCP instead of UDP for large DNS responses. ...
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More and more governments, authorities and courts are requesting censorship of Internet content. It is often done via a lying DNS resolver. Can we use RIPE ...
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Following my recent research on DNS hijacking and the cases I have personally observed, I wondered whether this is a common practice among the operators. With ...
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The DNS is at the core of most interactions on the Internet. Therefore it is essential to ensure proper authentication and encryption of DNS data. There are ...
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In this article, I'm showing how we can mitigate DNS attacks by implementing a stateless firewall filter at the aggregation or edge router.
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You might not have noticed, but there are chances that your ISP is playing nasty tricks with your DNS traffic.
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At RIPE 77, I talked about what’s been going on with DNS over the past five years from the perspective of end devices. Now in article form, here's what I had ...
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