Nation-state attacks. Cryptocurrency. The pandemic. These are just a few of the trends that defined cybersecurity over the last year. We've compiled research based on these trends in our annual Domain Threat Report.
DNS poisoning or spoofing is done when an attacker intercepts a DNS request and sends a fabricated (poisoned) response to the client.How do you fight it? DNS encryption, DNSSEC—all features of DNSFilter.
Stop zero-day threats, including new strains of malware, with DNSFilter’s advanced AI-driven domain categorization. Our DNS protection can keep your employees safe and mitigate the risk of someone within your organization falling for a malicious campaign.
DNSFilter categorizes sites in real-time, including a robust malware category that includes ransomware. Block known and zero-day ransomware domains so that your employees are never in a position where harmful ransomware takes over their computers and puts your business at risk.
Typosquatting domains take advantage of typos of a brand's name to launch a threat. If you've ever typo'd a domain (like amazan.com) or wound up on a longtail URL using a popular company name (like twitter-plugins-buy-here-now[dot]domain), you've likely encountered a typosquatting domain.