Getting Active with a Passive Domain Name System (DNS)

Getting Active with a Passive Domain Name System (DNS)

 

Available On Demand
Duration 1h 0min
Speakers
Cricket Liu
Chief DNS Architect
Infoblox
Cricket Liu
Cricket Liu is the co-author of all of O'Reilly's Nutshell Handbooks on the Domain Name System, DNS and BIND, "DNS on Windows NT," DNS on Windows 2000, DNS on Windows Server 2003, and DNS & BIND Cookbook and DNS and BIND on IPv6 was the principal author of "Managing Internet Information Services." Cricket is Infoblox's Chief Infrastructure Officer and serves as a liaison between Infoblox and the DNS community. He worked for HP for nearly 10 years, where he ran hp.com, one of the largest corporate domains in the world, and helped found HP's Internet consulting business. Cricket later co-founded his own Internet consulting and training company, Acme Byte & Wire. After Network Solutions acquired Acme Byte & Wire and later merged with VeriSign, Cricket became director of DNS Product Management.
Joe St Sauver,
Scientist
Farsight Security, Inc.
Joe St Sauver,
Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. is a scientist with Farsight Security, Inc. (www.farsightsecurity.com). Prior to Farsight, St Sauver was with the University of Oregon (UO) for roughly 28 years, including working under contract with Internet2 as their Nationwide Security Programs Manager.

In addition to his work with Farsight, Joe remains active in a variety of other capacities, including serving as:
  • One of half a dozen Senior Technical Advisors for M3AAWG, whose membership includes
  • companies servicing over a billion mailboxes worldwide,
  • A strategic advisor and professional member of the Online Trust Alliance (OTA),
  • A member of the board for the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE),
  • A community representative for the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG),
  • A member of the Research and Education Information Sharing and Analysis Center, including serving on the REN-ISAC Technical Advisory Group.
Joe remains affiliated with UO via a Courtesy Associate Professor with the NSF-funded Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC).

He routinely presents to national and international audiences on a variety of cyber security-related topics, see https://www.stsauver.com/joe/ for copies of many of his talks.

Join us for a webinar where we will discuss how modern recursive name servers can keep a record of every response they see – every answer, referral and error. That passive domain name system (DNS) data can be a goldmine that helps you detect suspicious activity, trade name infringement and more.

During this webinar we will discuss how passive DNS data is collected, replicated and how it can be analyzed to find security relevant information.

You’ll also learn how you can get involved by setting up passive DNS collection on your own name servers or by subscribing to feeds of suspicious or malicious domain names and IP addresses.

Register and attend to learn: 

  • Why you should bother with Passive DNS
  • How Passive DNS is collected
  • What you can query
  • How you can query
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