DNS: Worst-case scenario

May 27, 2016 | Latest News

. A great article this morning at IT in Canada by Eric Jacksch lays out a hacking scenario possible when DNS security is lax, well worth a read, along with questions to ask of your DNS Registrar/Name Server. The Control of your domain name is vital to your security on line and weak security at your DNS Registry can be a real issue, and a great reason to be registering with Lexicom, where we monitor changes, and attempted changes, made to every domain name we register, in real time.
DNS: Worst Case Scenario – Eric Jacksch – ITin Canada

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