DNS is inherently vulnerable. However, when correctly implemented with hardened appliances, securely managed, it can also be an organisation's best weapon in securing its networks.
Attackers have made off with up to US$ 400,000 (£290,000) in cryptocurrency after an ingenious attack on Stellar Lumen (XLM) wallet, BlackWallet.
Malware can steal passwords, take screenshots and access files. Security researchers have discovered new Mac malware that can hijack DNS settings.
Asian entertainment website Crunchyroll.com is blaming a DNS hijack attack after site visitors in the early morning of 4 November were redirected to a malicious website designed to infect them with malware.
Until their company has been attacked and suffered a tangible business loss, most organisations regard DNS as simply plumbing rather than critical infrastructure that requires proactive defence says Dr Malcolm Murphy.
Security researchers have advised the patching of a critical vulnerability in the DNS client used in Windows. The flaw could allow hackers to gain access to a target system.
Patch Dnsmasq DNS forwarder and DHCP server now or stay vulnerable, researchers warn
A proposed security change to the underlying infrastructure of the internet has been significantly delayed due to fears that it could knock up to eight percent of those affected - in total an estimated 750 million people, offline at a stroke.
A new report from EfficientIP reveals a lack of awareness as to the variety of DNS attacks, a failure to adapt security solutions to protect DNS and poor responses to vulnerability notifications among businesses worldwide.
New research from Neustar presents how UK businesses are provisioning domain name system (DNS) servers and services of their internal and external internet users.
Alfa Bank has engaged the US based cyber-forensics firm Stroz Friedberg to investigate these new attacks.
SIDN, the Dutch domain registry, has released a report which says banking has less than ideal DNSSEC.
Outage at DNS provider Dyn leads to multi-site blackout
Boss of GCHQ and the new NCSC has revealed plans that the spy agencies are planning to partner with UK ISPs to use DNS filtering to curb cyber-attacks.
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InfoBlox's new report showed nearly half of all networks tested to show signs of DNS tunnelling
DNS attacks are costing businesses more than $1 million (£702K), however 25 percent of organisations still are not implementing any kind of basic security software
"Pisloader" DNS tunnelling malware signals shift in tactic by hacking group
New tools are making real time data analysis and exploration of DNS traffic possible. This is turning previously ignored data into a source of valuable insight says Chris Griffiths.
A Netgear router vulnerability remained unpatched for months after it was discovered by security researchers, leaving thousands of the devices under active attack.
Intelligent and analytical identification of anomalies in DNS activity is key to stopping threats before they become a real problem says Dr Malcolm Murphy, systems engineering manager, Infoblox
Cyber defence tactics are constantly evolving to meet new threats - but one area that has been undervalued up until now is the Domain Name System (DNS), says Simon McCalla.
Chris Marrison considers the importance of looking at security threats already inside the network - rather than just what's trying to get in.
After facing a barrage of criticism for taking down the No-IP DNS server, Microsoft is now getting praise from some quarters for its impact on malware distribution - though critics remain.
Czech-based antivirus vendor Avast was forced to take its user forum offline after it was compromised by hackers over the weekend.
The ongoing hostilities between Russia and Ukraine over the Crimea peninsula and Eastern regions may be playing out in cyberspace, judging by two recent incidents.