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Most DNS Traffic Pass Through Just a Few Name Servers

This is not the decentralized network we were promised. The majority of the world’s DNS transactions pass through authoritative name servers operated by less than 10 organizations, DNS Observatory found.

DNS Security, Internet

DNSpionage Attackers Deploying New Karkoff Backdoor

The DNSpionage attack group is now using a new backdoor called Karkoff, which may have ties to the OilRig leaks as well.

DNS Security, Malware

Sea Turtle Attackers Play Shell Game With DNS

A group of attackers has been running a DNS hijacking campaign known as Sea Turtle that targets energy, intelligence, and military organizations.

DNS Security

ICANN Warns of ‘Ongoing and Significant’ Threat to DNS

A series of DNS-hijacking campaigns against government agencies and other organizations has led ICANN to call for full deployment of DNSSEC and other protective measures.

DNS Security

Hacker History: How Dan Kaminsky Almost Broke the Internet

In this illustrated Hacker History video, security researcher Dan Kaminsky goes back to 2008 and describes how he found the vulnerability in DNS and almost broke the Internet. Unfortunately, DNS still needs to be fixed.

Hacker History, DNS Security, Network Security