It’s no secret that Infoblox tooling, whether core services, security, or network automation, represents an important source of data about the network. While always useful, this same information moves from being good to great when shared with other parts of the business in a timely manner. Timely is the key […]
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Over the last few years I’ve spent a fair bit of my time leading Empowered’s Monitoring Tools Assessment practice. In this role, I work with customers to help them understand what capabilities they have, how those compare to the operational requirements they are trying to meet, and provide recommendations on […]
On the same week that we published our post about Google announcing general availability for its public DNS over HTTPS (DoH) implementation, Netlab published its first description of malware using DoH as a mechanism to hide its DNS traffic. The malware, named Godlua, is a Lua-based backdoor currently affecting some Linux servers […]
RFC 8484 defining DNS over HTTPS (DoH) has been around for a while with organizations such as CloudFlare already offering production solutions in the space. That being said, there is nothing like having Google announce general availability of their DoH service to really get the industry buzz going. Well that’s […]