DNSFilter CEO Responds to Quad9 Injunction: “DNS resolvers should not police the internet for copyright violations”
Ken Carnesi
July 27, 2021

Sony Music filed an injunction against Quad9 (a non-profit DNS resolver) in Germany to block a specific site that houses links to peer-to-peer (piracy) sites. Quad9 is objecting to this injunction on the grounds that a DNS resolver is a far-removed third party when it comes to copyright infringement and these services are truly meant for cybersecurity—Ken Carnesi (CEO of DNSFilter, a DNS security service) sides with Quad9.

[DNSFilter September Newsletter] You updated your iPhone, right?
September 15, 2021

The DNSFilter monthly update: A zero-click vulnerability impacting Apple devices, "What's a C2 server?", the DNSFilter Relay, and more.

Zero-Click Apple Messenger Vulnerability: Critical Actions to Take
Peter Lowe
September 14, 2021

A zero-click vulnerability has been found on all Mac devices that use Apple Messenger. Update all of your devices, but you can get an extra layer of protection using DNSFilter's Trackers category.

Protective DNS Providers: How do you choose?
Carmella Arroyo
September 10, 2021

Choosing the right PDNS provider can be what saves your organization from malicious threats or unwanted content but with several of them on the market, how do you choose?

Why Are Cyber Attacks On US Government Agencies A Concern?
Serena Raymond
September 9, 2021

Government cyber attacks are happening Cybercriminals, unfortunately, have a lot they can gain from infiltrating government agencies through online attacks. Not only can they impact government infrastructures, but they can steal secure credentials of government employees and citizens.

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