An ongoing campaign, active since 2017, has been stealing credentials via global DNS hijacking attacks.
Three waves of DNS hijacking attacks against consumer routers have been linked back to Google Cloud Platform abuse.
From a massive GDPR fine on a big tech company, to an emergency government security alert, here are the top security stories of the week.
An emergency directive from the Department of Homeland Security provides “required actions” for U.S. government agencies to prevent widespread DNS hijacking attacks.
The attacks, targeting several countries to redirect traffic and harvest credentials, have been linked to Iran.
Administrators lost control of the domain for several hours in a DNS hijacking incident.
Clouldflare launches DNS-over-HTTPS service called 18.104.22.168 that it says will be a “privacy-first” DNS service for consumers.
Mozilla is testing a method of securing DNS traffic via HTTPS, but is faced with some privacy resistance.