DNS over HTTPS

DNS over HTTPS

How does DNS work? Protecting your privacy online is a hot topic for many. Though many websites have transitioned from HTTP to HTTPS, allowing web traffic to be secured, this does not protect your overall privacy. The internet still relies on older protocols to ensure you are accessing the right website or other online resources. DNS, or the Domain Name Service, is one of those protocols we rely heavly

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Creating a Blackhole DNS with Bind 9

​Malware can be delivered many different ways from either advertisements (remember the NY Times malicous ads?) to hacked websites that contain malicious code.  One technique designed to help curb these infections is through the use of DNS blackhole.  This technique will redirect your internal users to an internal website to block their access.  To do so, first install Bind on your Linux server.  Then edit your named.conf file which should

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