Stopping attacks that use DNS is a major challenge. According to our Unit 42 threat research team, more than 80% of malware uses DNS to identify a command-and-control or C2 server to steal data and spread malware.
Protect your DNS traffic from millions of new malicious domains and stay ahead of advanced tactics like DNS tunneling. Our Unit 42 threat research team has identified the steps you can take to stop DNS attacks as well as understand:
• How real-world threats use DNS for C2 and data theft
• Challenges SOC teams face when addressing DNS-based malware
• New approaches to stop DNS abuse by covert adversaries
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