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  • Most businesses vulnerable to cache poisoning attacks

    06.12.2010

    While DNSSEC adoption percentages appear to have increased dramatically by 340 percent this year, the actual number of zones that have been signed is very small: .02 percent, according to a study by Infoblox. This indicates that the vast majority of organizations with an Internet presence are vulnerable to attacks.

  • Growth in social networking, mobile and infrastructure attacks

    06.12.2010

    IID released its list of the top enterprise security trends for 2011.

  • Amazon launches new DNS service in the cloud

    06.12.2010

    Amazon Web Services announced Route 53, a DNS web service giving a way to route Internet traffic to web applications by translating human readable names into numeric IP addresses. Amazon Route 53 can be used to route end users to multiple AWS services including Amazon EC2, an Amazon Elastic Load Balancer or an Amazon S3 bucket, and to infrastructure outside of AWS. The Amazon Route 53 global network of DNS servers is designed to automatically respond from the optimal network location, resulting in low DNS query latency for end users. Route 53 features a familiar, self-service design with an affordable pay-as-you-go model where customers pay only for managing domains through the service and the number of queries that the service answers. The mission-critical nature of DNS demands the highest level of reliability.




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