The Domain Name System (DNS) has gone through many changes over the years since its birth around 1985. But even before this, in the very early days of computer networking, it became a necessity to map the computerised machine addresses of computer and network entities to more human friendly names.more →
DoH, or DNS over HTTPS to be precise, has featured in mainstream media in recent weeks. Both Mozilla and Google have confirmed that their Firefox and Chrome browsers will be implementing DoH by default but what exactly is it and why does it have ISP’s worried?
To recap, DNS (or the Domain Name System) is used to translate a human-readable host address such as www.activereach.net to its underlying IP address that your computer can connect to in order to receive content.more →
This month we are sharing a blog from our security partner Dome9 that takes a look at the five most likely public cloud threats.
The move to AWS and other public cloud services is a strategic initiative for many enterprises today. While companies rush to expand their cloud presence and use more cloud services, security considerations are lagging behind.more →
This month we share another blog from our technology partner Akamai on the topic of recursive DNS. Targeted threats such as malware, ransomware, data exfiltration, and phishing are increasing in volume yet many organizations have a blind spot when it comes to the Domain Name System (DNS).
Although every action on the Internet relies on recursive DNS, many security organizations fail to install corresponding safeguards.more →