Using the DNS to Defend Against Malware

Using the DNS to Defend Against Malware

Nearly all malware - ransomware, viruses, trojans, worms, adware, spyware, fileless malware and all the hybrid forms - use DNS at some point. It might be to steal data, communicate with a command and control server or misdirect you.

The point is that DNS is so ubiquitous that most cyber security defences disregard it.

NTX doesn’t. NTX uses the tell-tale signs of malware in DNS packets against the cyber criminals, to predict, detect and block malware.

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