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Published on Dec 16, 2013
Education Session 17: Turning Back the Hordes Speaker: Vincent Stoffer, Cyber Security Engineer, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Bad guys are increasing their agility by using techniques of rapidly changing IPs, domain names and name servers. We see more and more malware using domain generated algorithms as well as the registration of thousands of unique domains for command and control, phishing and spam.
In this talk we discuss our implementation of Bind response policy zones (RPZ) as well as some other DNS protections and how they have helped Berkeley Lab get a handle on modern malware.
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