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New Model Uses 'Malicious Language Of The Internet' To Find Threats Fast
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DavidJBianco
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DavidJBianco,
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3/24/2015 | 11:14:37 AM
Re: useful but
Sadly, DNSSEC isn't really the answer until more organizations support it.  And it's not something you can force on people, or declare by fiat.
whizy
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whizy,
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3/7/2015 | 1:03:04 AM
Re: useful but
Its just as easy to register for an EIN. why not enforce dnssec at root DNS servers, protect before they are unleashed and block if they violate policies?
whizy
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whizy,
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3/7/2015 | 12:55:21 AM
infoblox has already done this
Infoblox introduced their DNS firewall well over a year ago, it does the same thing and is trusted by our government. Is this really a revelation or just another me too product from the competition?
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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3/5/2015 | 4:02:36 PM
useful but
Why isn't there more effort to make domains more expensive and harder to register? The domain registration industry could make things much more secure.


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