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  • Academic institutions urged to improve network and DNS configurations

    10.05.2013

    The Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center (REN-ISAC) has issued an alert to IT security staff, and network and DNS administrators urging them to improve their network and DNS configurations to prevent their institution from being an unwitting partner in DoS attacks.

  • Digitally signed ransomware lurking in the wild

    23.11.2012

    Trend Micro researchers have spotted two ransomware variants bearing the same (probably stolen) digital signature in order to fool users into running the files.

  • Millions of GoDaddy sites go offline due to alleged DDoS attack

    11.09.2012

    GoDaddy, on of the biggest and most popular Internet domain registrars and web hosting companies in the world, has suffered an outage on Monday that left many of its customers' websites temporarily available.

  • Brazilian ISPs hit with massive DNS cache poisoning attacks

    07.11.2011

    A massive DNS cache poisoning attack attempting to infect users trying to access popular websites is currently under way in Brazil, warns Kaspersky Lab expert Fabio Assolini.

  • OpenDNSSEC 1.3.1 released

    07.09.2011

    Internet engineers continue to enhance Internet security with the release of OpenDNSSEC, a tool which simplifies the process of signing one or more zones with DNSSEC.




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