Enterprise DNS service » DNSSEC

Vulnerabilities in DNS combined with technological advances have greatly reduced the time it takes an attacker to hijack any step of the DNS lookup process and thereby take over control of a session to, for example, direct users to their own deceptive Web sites for account and password collection.

DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions) is a technology that was developed to, among other things, protect against such attacks by digitally 'signing' data so you can be assured it is valid. Implementation of DNSSEC will ensure the your end user is connecting to the actual web site or other service corresponding to your particular domain name.

CloudFloorDNS provides DNSSEC protection as part of its enterprise offering, including our easy to manage, 'one-click' implementation.















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CloudFloor DNS' CTO Imad Mouline explains how the ultimate enterprise DNS network is a combination of anycast and unicast nodes.


"Clearsite has been running around 500 zones for around a year. Having direct control over all and any aspects of DNS, including failover and backup MX, has been great. Moving to specialist DNS services for domains is a no-brainer. Because it has gone so smoothly, we're increasingly using other of their services - mail hosting and registration. "
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