A pair of serious vulnerabilities have been fixed in the widely deployed BIND 9 DNS server.
The ISC has released a fix for a serious denial-of-service vulnerability in many versions of BIND 9.
Ransomware groups are using DNS tunneling more and more as a way to exfiltrate data and send commands to infected machines.
Researchers found nine flaws that highlight the weaknesses of DNS protocol implementations in TCP/IP network communication stacks.
The Public Interest Registry launched the DNS Abuse Institute to coordinate efforts by domain registrars and internet registries to stomp out abuses of the domain name system.