Strengthen your DNS PROTECTION with DNSSEC


Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) is a security system that helps verify the origin and integrity of data moving back and forth in a DNS resolution process. It is recommended as the best solution for preventing DNS poisoning attacks.

DNS poisoning or spoofing is done when an attacker intercepts a DNS request and sends a fabricated (poisoned) response to the client.

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How DNSSEC Works

DNSSEC prevents attackers from manipulating or poisoning the responses to DNS requests.

This is done by adding cryptographic signatures to domain name records. These signatures are then used to verify that the request for a DNS record comes from its authoritative name server and wasn’t spoofed or manipulated in the request process, or a fake record injected in a man-in-the-middle attack.

With DNSSEC, every DNS request is signed and verified to protect you from exploitation.

70% of all cyber attacks involve the DNS layer
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Protect you against DNS poisoning and other man-in-the-middle attacks
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Ensures that users of your network are browsing a safe and secure internet
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Help protect the security reputation of your business
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Reduce the risk of your network users becoming victims of cyber attacks

Benefits of using DNSSEC to validate your DNS requests

Getting Started with DNSSEC on DNSFilter

Taking advantage of the protective benefits of DNSSEC is easy and straightforward with DNSFilter.

DNSFilter’s main resolvers (103.247.36.36 and 103.247.37.37) have DNSSEC implemented and you can request validation in your DNS queries by using a flag in your query.
If you want DNSSEC enabled by default and enforced, you can set your DNS clients to use our 103.247.36.9, and  103.247.37.9 resolvers which have DNSSEC validation.
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Avoid DNSSEC
Misconfiguration

DNSSEC often gets a bad reputation in the DNS security space with reports of it being slow, unencrypted, and prone to outages. But many of the outages attributed to DNSSEC have nothing to do with DNSSEC or are caused by avoidable DNSSEC misconfigurations.

At DNSFilter, we have eliminated these DNSSEC misconfiguration issues by abstracting all the configuration overhead and providing a layer of DNSSEC that you can trust.

All you need to do is point to our DNS resolvers that are equipped with DNSSEC validation and you have all the benefits of DNSSEC on your network

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