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Building DNS Firewalls with Response Policy Zones (RPZ)
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A DNS Firewall can help you control what domain names, IP addresses and subnets, and name servers are allowed to function on your network. You can build such a firewall using DNS Response Policy Zones (RPZ), which is an open and vendor-neutral standard for the interchange of DNS Firewall configuration information. DNS RPZ is a standard feature of BIND 9, and is expected to be supported by other (non-BIND) name servers.

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    [KB Admin]: broken links 2013-08-12 11:56

    Thanks for highlighting the broken link to the blog post - it should now be fixed. The webinar article requires you to register for the KB (registration is open to all) to view it, but should not require any administrator privileges.

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    [ Vick]: broken links 2013-07-12 13:45

    the link to the blog post Taking back the DNS, and the link to the Webinar (last link) are both broken. The first is a page not found, and the webinar says I have to login as administrator to view the page.

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