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Sale of Corp.com Can Expose Corporate Data

Depending on who winds up buying corp.com, administrators with Active Directory in their networks may wind up with sensitive information unexpectedly leaving the network. Now is the time to check the configuration to make sure they are not using the domain internally.

Dns Security, Active Directory Domain Services, Internet

Google Makes Encrypted DNS Generally Available

The “general availability” of Google’s Public DNS-over-HTTPS service brings us closer to a world where all online communications, including DNS requesoverare encrypted by default.

Dns Security, Internet

Seeking Validation in a Hostile World

The domain control validation process relies on protocols and systems that are susceptible to compromise, so Cloudflare is hoping to fix that with a new service that validates certificates from multiple points.

Dns Security

Most DNS Traffic Passes 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