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Domains, DNS, and TLS Certificates

Security, Compliance and Performance. These are great sounding words and every IT executive worth their paycheck is all over them. So why do large, sophisticated companies keep experiencing catastrophic domain and DNS-related outages again and again? See how major brands like Sorenson Telecom, Equifax and even Microsoft suffered domain-downtime and loss of customer goodwill.
Over 60,000 parked domains were vulnerable to AWS hijacking
Over 60,000 parked domains were vulnerable to AWS hijacking →

Domain registrar MarkMonitor had left more than 60,000 parked domains vulnerable to domain hijacking.

DNS Attacks on the Rise, Costing $1 Million Each
DNS Attacks on the Rise, Costing $1 Million Each →

According to new research, cyber-attacks using DNS channels to steal data, DDoS victims, and deploy malware have grown in volume and cost throughout the pandemic.

Protecting parked domains for the UK public sector
Protecting parked domains for the UK public sector →

Non-email sending (parked) domains can be used to generate spam email, but they’re easy to protect.

That Salesforce outage →

Global DNS downfall started by one engineer trying a quick fix The sound of rumbling rubber could be heard today as Salesforce threw an engineer responsible for a change that knocked it offline under a passing bus.

Subdomain Takeover: Ignore This Vulnerability at Your Peril
Subdomain Takeover: Ignore This Vulnerability at Your Peril →

Management thinks that letting folks from WidgetCo log into widgetco.ourapp.com will really help make the sale. It seems harmless enough. But using a custom subdomain like this can open WidgetCo up to potential security issues.

Report: 78% cyber pros expect increase in DNS threats →

Neustar, a global information services and technology company, has released a report from the Neustar International Security Council (NISC) which explores the rise in DNS security threats over the Christmas period.

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