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    DNS cache poisoning is a threat to any Internet-connected enterprise. Learn how the attack method works and potential mitigation strategies in this thesis from Richard Agar of Royal Holloway University London.

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  • How the brave virtualize DNS, AD and other core IT services

    Critical IT infrastructure services -- DNS, DHCP servers -- don't need to live in the physical realm.

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  • Override a SYSIN DD DSN in the proc from the JCL?

    Override the SYSIN DD Domain Name Source (DNS) in proc using the Job Control Language (JCL) this code syntax.

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  • DNS server security: Finding and using DNSSEC tutorial resources

    DNSSEC isn't a panacea for DNS security woes, but it can do a great deal for Internet security within enterprises. In this tip, Michael Cobb explains the importance of DNSSEC, and where to find (and how to use) DNSSEC tutorial resources.

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  • Does your enterprise use a third-party DNS provider over its ISP? Why or why not?

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  • Do third-party DNS providers pose security risks?

    Third-party DNS providers claim to improve browsing times and speeds, but are they a secure enterprise option? Expert Michael Cobb explains.

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  • Got IP address management problems? Think DNS, DHCP, IPAM trifecta

    If your network has gotten too complicated for basic IP address management, it may be time to consider a DNS, DHCP, IPAM tool combination.

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  • Generating a DNS health check in Windows

    In this short screencast, Directory Services MVP Gary Olsen demonstrates how to use the DCDIAG /TEST:DNS command when troubleshooting DNS issues in Windows Active Directory environments. Click for full size

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