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Curated Press on Domain and DNS Compromises To help our web audience better understand DNS related security exposures and compliance gaps this curated article page is dedicated to educating business leaders, IT and infrastructure teams. The more we understand the exposures, the better we can prevent them.
Company web names hijacked via outdated cloud DNS records
Source: Naked Security by Sophos Company web names hijacked via outdated cloud DNS records

US security researcher Zach Edwards recently tweeted about finding 250 company website names that had been taken over by cybercriminals.

How expired domain names can redirect you to malicious websites
Source: TechRepublic How expired domain names can redirect you to malicious websites

Pages for inactive domain names can be exploited by cybercriminals to take you to malicious sites, says Kaspersky.

Zoom Phishers Register 2000 Domains in a Month
Zoom Phishers Register 2000 Domains in a Month

Over 2000 new phishing domains have been set up over the past month to capitalize on the surging demand for Zoom from home workers. Zoom could solve this if they owned their own Brand Top Level Domain .ZOOM

Companies Are Failing to Deploy Key Solution for Email Security
Source: Dark Reading Companies Are Failing to Deploy Key Solution for Email Security

Business Email Compromises (BEC) threats continue at a cost level of almost $10B per year. Time to set email security policies on all your domains with at least DMARC and SPF. Set it and monitor for compliance. Keep your company and customers safe.

Browsers to block access to HTTPS sites using TLS 1.0 and 1.1 starting this month
Source: ZDNet Browsers to block access to HTTPS sites using TLS 1.0 and 1.1 starting this month

More than 850,000 websites still use the old TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols, scheduled to be removed from most major browsers later this month.

Time to Stop Overlooking DNS Security
Time to Stop Overlooking DNS Security

The impact of cyber attacks on the Domain Name System (DNS) has been highlighted recently with news stories about a series of DNS hijacking attacks targeting governments and other organizations in Europe and the Middle East.

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