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I was reading an article from Brian Krebs about the Real Jokers Stash and the crazy stuff that goes into the darkweb / cybercrime forums that sell and buy credit cards and personal information online.

Reading through his site, I also found an interesting article about typo domains redirecting visitors to a "crap load of bad content" (if I have to say it nicely). A group of criminals registered domains from popular brands under the TLD and are abusing victims that forget the "o" on.com and visit those sites under theTLD. Things like remax dot , bmw dot , cox dot are all being abused.

That reminded me of an old test I did to see how well DNS-based security filters were, when blocking access to malicious domains. DNS is a powerful first defense against client-based attacks and I decided to re-do it and include a new batch of malicious domains and see how well they do now.

DNS FiltersCompared

In this test, I will compare these 6 free and public DNS providers that are to filter access to malicious domains:

For the test, I divided my list of domains into 4 categories:

And I verified that the phishing page (or malware) was still live and ran the test against those 6 DNS servers. I selected the domains and removed the ones were offline, suspended or had a valid content with the phishing hidden deep down on a sub directory (like sites.google.com). I did that until the 10 domains on each category looked like a valid malicious entry.

Test 1: Openphish — Mixed badstuff

is a popular database of malicious domains, so a great place to start. From the 10 domains tested (full dump on Best Prices Cheap Online Tyler Ellis Lee Pouchet small clutch Explore iUWJ9
), these are the results:

First, I have to say that I am impressed with Quad9 . Last time I tested them (a few months ago), they didn't do very well and someone from their team contacted me saying that they added more feeds to their databases. And now, they improved significantly.

Test 2: Phishtank — Real time badstuff

With this test, I tried to see how quickly those providers were to update their database with new domains. The dump of the tests are on pastebin as well (yeah, I screwed up my math and tested 12 domains instead of 10). Results:

CleanBrowsing did very well and it seems they update their blacklist pretty often. Quad9 got close in second, missing a few.

Test 3: Phishtank — Old badstuff

In this 3rd test, I got domains that were blacklisted this month, but not today. That gives a good idea on how long they keep bad domains on their list. The results:

Again, CleanBrowsing impressed me. They blocked 100% of the domains, followed very close by OpenDNS. I was expecting OpenDNS to be close to 100% since they themselves founded Phishtank. Quad9 surprised me negatively here, so I hope they can explain why they are not blocking those old, but active phishing pages.

Test 4: Domains from Krebs blogpost

This last test probably wasn't very fair, since the domains Krebs mentions on his blog post are not part of any blacklist, so none of the providers blocked them, except for CleanBrowsing . They blocked 100% of the typo squatting along with cardmafia and some other bad domains.

Conclusion

DNS can be an important part of your security and act as a first line of defense against phishing and other malicious activity. CleanBrowsing was the #1 provider in my tests, followed by Quad9 and OpenDNS in second (they did well in different areas). Note that I used the free version of OpenDNS and if you are an enterprise client, their Cisco Umbrella could/would probably do better. CleanBrowsing has different filters to block adult content, but I tested it with their.9 IP address that only blocks malicious domains.

On the sad side, It seems that both Comodo , Norton and Yandex are stuck in time and not updated anymore. So based on my tests, would not recommend to use them if you are looking for any type of security filtering at the DNS layer.

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BY Jay Serafino
March 1, 2018
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You hear about Millennials, Generation X, and the Baby Boomers all the time, but it’s not always clear who’s a part of these groups. In fact, all of these terms are fairly unofficial social constructs outside of the Boomers—the U.S. Census [] actually defines them as the generation of people born between 1946 and 1964. Now, the Pew Research Center is looking to give more structure to these generational nicknames with a new set of guidelines that establishes where each person belongs depending on their birth year. This is what they’ve come up with:

In addition to defining the birth years of Boomers and Gen-X'ers, Pew’s main focus with this research was to highlight where Millennials end and the yet-unnamed “Post-Millennial” generation begins. The new Millennial cutoff of 1996 is important because it points to a generation that is old enough to have experienced and comprehend 9/11, while also finding their way through the 2008 recession as young adults.

Those born between 1981 and 1996 will have been affected by the economic downturn in numerous ways: some would have had their early careers impacted, while others would have had their education influenced by it (perhaps through prohibitive tuition costs or a change in major to find a field with jobs). President of the Pew Research Center Michael Dimock said the recession’s effect on Millennials and the initial “slow start” to their careers “will be a factor in American society for decades.”

Technology also plays a factor in the dividing lines between generations. The study gives an example that the oldest “Post-Millennial” members would have been 10 when the iPhone was introduced, whereas many Millennials will still have memories of landlines, touch-tones, and rotary phones. As technology plays a more encompassing role in our lives, these societal developments are seen as a big enough distinction to draw generational lines through. Dimock points to Baby Boomers as a generation that saw TV become dominant, Generation X experienced a computer revolution, and Millennials grew up in an age where the internet became a new way of life.

Pew's new guidelines do alter a few others that came before. Some have put the Millennial generation from 1982-2004 (easily making it the longest generation), while others would have wanted to end it in the early '90s .

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that encompassed those born between 1977 and 1983—they identified themselves as people who grew up in a pre-digital world and later adapted to today’s technology. If this includes you, you’re now either a late-term Gen X’er or a grizzled veteran of the Millennial clan.

Dimock himself makes it clear that these “cutoff points aren’t an exact science.” They're simply tools to analyze the different shifts in how age groups are experiencing the world—socially, economically, politically, and technologically.

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