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11 How do I create and maintain my DNS firewall policy rule set using DNS RPZ?

In a DNS RPZ firewall, the policy rule set is contained in a DNS "zone", which can be transferred using normal "zone transfer" mechanisms. The master copy of your DNS firewall policy can be a DNS "zone file" which you either edit by hand, or which you generate…

12 What are the features of the DNS RPZ firewall?

DNS RPZ is a form of DNS firewall in which the firewall rule sets are expressed within DNS itself in the form of a specially constructed DNS zone. DNS RPZ is an open vendor-neutral format for DNS firewall policy which allows a DNS server operator to maintain…

13 What can a DNS firewall do?

Firewalls work by applying a set of rules to a traffic flow, where each rule consists of a trigger and an action. Triggers determine which messages within the traffic flow will be handled specially, and actions determine what that special handling will be.…

14 Why use a DNS firewall?

Most modern electronic crime and network abuse relies on the Domain Name System (DNS), thus protection against these threats must include DNS firewalling. A DNS firewall can selectively intercept DNS resolution for known-malicious network assets including…

15 DNS Response Policy Zones - Specification - Format 3

Abstract This memo describes a method for expressing DNS response policy inside a specially constructed DNS zone, and for processing the contents of such zones inside recursive name servers. These response policies are intended for use in fighting Internet…

16 Webinar: BIND’s New Security Feature: DNSRPZ - the "DNS Firewall"

Turn your network’s DNS into a Security Tool! What do you do if the security tools are not protecting your network? Cyber-criminals are constantly finding ways to bypass your security tools and own your network. When the threat changes, you should grow…