Threat Protection

Malware Protection at the DNS Layer

DNS Layer Protection

Cyberthreats make headlines every day, and keeping your organization out of the limelight requires a multi-layered approach to security. With over 90% of malware acting at the DNS layer to some degree, DNS layer protection is critical.
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Badware Blocker

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Unique TLD Filtering Lists

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Advanced DNS Layer Guards

Badware Threat Categories

Adware

Block malicious ad networks preventing stealth infection from unsuspecting users.

Malicious Scripts

Block domains with hidden code fragments that exploit vulnerabilities

Phishing

Block fraudulent and scam related domains used in phishing campaigns

Infected Hosts

Block compromised hosts that can infect and steal data

Ransomware / Malware

Block malware distribution points and C2 (Command and Control) Domains for

Viruses

Block domains related to viruses

TLD Threat list

TLD management is a unique feature to ScoutDNS allowing admins the ability to create allowed only top level domain lists in order to limit TLDs to those required for business use.
  • Create custom TLD lists for any policy
  • Choose from over 1600+ Top Level Domains
  • Prevent access to new and highly abused TLDs
  • Implement a zero trust approach to TLD access
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Advance DNS threat management

Take control of your DNS layer traffic and enforce policy rules to address more advanced DNS based network threats.
  • Allow List only mode
  • Logging only for policy tests
  • Block MX records for mailer worms
  • Limit DNS Rebinding and Tunneling attacks
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Manage Custom Lists

Take complete control of allowed and blocked sites through custom lists. Lists are object based and multiple lists can be applied to a single policy if desired. Lists can be set as Global automatically effecting all networks and sites. 
  • Choose Local Policy lists or Global Allow/Block
  • Create Custom Whitelist Entries
  • Create Custom Blacklist Entries
  • Inclusion Shield Whitelist only mode
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Stop Threats at the DNS Layer

Take control of your DNS layer traffic and enforce policy rules to address more advanced DNS based network threats.
  • Allow List only mode
  • Logging only for policy tests
  • Block MX records for mailer worms
  • Limit DNS Rebinding and Tunneling attacks
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