Browse Blog Posts In Category “Announcements”

Can't wait to try Umbrella security? You don't have to.

Nothing demonstrates the impact and value of a security solution like testing it in your own environment. Unfortunately, the process of evaluating enterprise security solutions is often tedious and resource-intensive. It doesn’t…

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Tomorrow’s Webcast - Containing Cryptolocker

Cryptolocker – the very word can strike fear into the most astute IT specialist. This ransomware has been targeting millions of people around the globe with astonishing success, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Arriving in…

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Join us for our Fall S4 Meetup!

Tomorrow night, we’re hosting the latest in our series of events for the San Francisco security community.  Join some of the Bay Area’s finest security researchers and practitioners for food, drinks, and fun. We’ll discuss a…

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Umbrella for MSPs Protects Networks Against CryptoLocker

Customers trust OpenDNS to protect them against the latest online threats, but sometimes infections sneak in as binary email attachments or on thumb drives. To address these botnet threats, OpenDNS blocks the malware’s ability to…

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David Named to the MSPmentor 250

For the past six years, MSPmentor has published a list of the top executives, entrepreneurs, and experts influencing the Managed Service Provider (MSP) space. David Ulevitch, CEO of OpenDNS, is honored to be included in the 2013…

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Did Someone Say Road Trip?

Throughout the month of October, Team OpenDNS is hitting the road. We’re stopping at major conferences and security events near you: Kicking things off in the Great White North, our first stop is SecTor in Toronto, October 8-9…

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Bringing School Back to Us: Meet our College Student Interns

The changing seasons are notoriously difficult to distinguish in San Francisco: our weather patterns are essentially the honey badger of the meteorological world, so a day in February feels just like a day in June. This year,…

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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

This month, organizations across the United States are coming together to educate users and raise awareness about something that’s become a familiar topic in the news—cybersecurity. To read more about this month’s…

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What the Recent SEA Hacks Mean for IT Security

In the past week, we saw a series of DNS-based attacks on high profile domains that caused visitors trying to reach the affected domains to be redirected to IPs under the control of the Syrian Electronic Army. During the incident,…

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High Profile Domains Under Siege

We are actively seeing several high profile domains being hijacked at the DNS level and are actively blocking all requests from the apparent attackers’ name servers. The attacker looks to have compromised domain name registrar…

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