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Paul Vixie On DNS Security & Botnet Takedowns

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The Internet infrastructure pioneer and CEO of Farsight Security comes to the Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat to discuss the state of DNS security, the .bank TLD, how money rules everything, and how to use passive DNS to limit collateral damage of botnet takedown operations.

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sirrahnosaj
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sirrahnosaj,
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9/7/2015 | 5:31:43 PM
Re: Paul Vixie video
Actually, just realised it doesnt matter. I changed my browser user agent to, say, Safari on IPhone, html5 then kicked in and I could watch it without needing Flash.
sirrahnosaj
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sirrahnosaj,
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8/29/2015 | 12:18:26 PM
Re: Paul Vixie video
Yes, I agree, transcripts would be good.  I wanted to watch but it required Flash player (!) and I have no plans of re-installing it anytime soon.
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kokolili,
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8/27/2015 | 5:26:50 AM
Re: Paul Vixie video
Yes it's a good new =)
HalidrynS013
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HalidrynS013,
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8/25/2015 | 9:31:35 AM
Paul Vixie video
I am glad to know that Paul Vixie will be commenting on security issues, but I would rather read what he has to say than to treat the Internet like television.

Please at least provide transcripts - and post the link prominently.
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