Pervasive Monitoring and DNS Privacy (Part 2)

In the previous blog on DNS privacy, we covered how the current DNS does not provide for any confidentiality of queries or responses. Pervasive Monitoring (PM) of clear-text DNS messages can reveal a great deal about a client. With a heightened awareness of Pervasive Monitoring, there is a sincere desire to preserve user’s personal privacy […]

Pervasive Monitoring and DNS Privacy (Part 1)

Pervasive Monitoring (PM) of data networking traffic is not only performed by governments, but corporations wanting to inspect the behavior of employees or customers. The goal of network traffic monitoring can be benevolent. Organizations may want to detect malicious behavior to combat malware, identify insider threats, and prevent against criminal behavior. Unfortunately, the goal of […]

3900 E Mexico Avenue, Suite 1000,
Denver, CO 80210