OpenDNS Can Help Protect Against DNS Rebinding Attacks

July 31, 2010 – 12:06 PM

This feature has been around for a while but I wanted to make sure everybody knows that if you are an OpenDNS customer you have a nice option in your Control Panel to help protect against DNS Rebinding attacks.  This feature is turned off by default but you can enable it in the Settings > Security area for your particular network:

You can read more about DNS Rebinding attacks here:

  1. One Response to “OpenDNS Can Help Protect Against DNS Rebinding Attacks”

  2. Thanks for highlighting this feature! It’s one we don’t default on for people, but a good one to enable for extra security.

    If you or your readers ever have any questions about OpenDNS, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.


    By Laura Oppenheimer on Aug 1, 2010

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