Peter Lowe
Peter Lowe is a security researcher at DNSFilter. He is responsible for managing threat intelligence feeds, researching new security features, and works closely with domain classification.
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Peter Lowe
What The NSA’s Advice on Encrypted DNS Really Tells Us
February 5, 2021

At the beginning of January, the NSA released recommendations around DNS encryption, with particular emphasis on DoH. Security Researcher Peter Lowe gives his take on what this all really means.

DNS-over-HTTPS and MSPs: Navigating the Wild West of Encryption
August 6, 2020

Written by Peter Lowe in collaboration with Serena Raymond. Last month, our CTO Mike Schroll wrote an article comparing DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT). I won’t be rehashing that here. If you read that article, you’ll get the idea that at DNSFilter we generally prefer DoT. But I do want to clarify a few things […]

A Response To Tom Lawrence’s DNS Malware Filtering Comparison
June 2, 2020

Recently, Tom Lawrence of Lawrence Systems released a video comparing DNSFilter and three other services. We commend his efforts, but have a few notes.

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