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Malvertising is On The Rise

Serena Raymond
September 25, 2020
Security

Ads are everywhere. Ads can pose a serious risk when you consider ad networks can be hijacked. It’s called malvertising.

The Biggest Data Breaches of 2020

Serena Raymond
September 17, 2020
Security

What were the biggest data breaches of 2020 so far? We go record-by-record to discover the largest data leaks.

DNS, Security

“What is DNS security?” We answer that question here, tell you why you need to secure DNS, and give you examples of types of attacks.

Security

Have you ever questioned “Is this link safe?” If you’ve ever opened an email or clicked an ad, the answer is probably “Yes.” Here’s how to stay safe online.

DNS

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 […]

DNS, DNSFIlter

In 2020, we’ve seen how vital remote education is. DNSFilter is proud to partner with LanSchool to help protect students from online threats.

MSPs

On The Cybercall on July 20, a question was raised: How much should MSPs be communicating with their customers? How much is too much? And when you do reach out, how do you explain the value of what you’re telling them without making them hear complete static? This question around MSP communication isn’t new by […]

DNS

Our DNS network is more than a series of nodes distributing our service. It’s a complex anycast network built to maintain uptime.

DNS, Security

When it comes to DNS encryption, there’s a lot of discussion around DNS-over-HTTPS because it’s what Google uses. But DNS-over-TLS is better in a lot of ways.

What is Content Filtering?

Serena Raymond
June 29, 2020
DNS

What is content filtering? It’s all about filtering websites based on categories, and that includes malicious ones!