Browse Blog Posts Tagged With “Newsletter”

Java 0-Day Details

Earlier this week, the security community learned that CVE-2012-4681, a recent Java-based zero-day vulnerability, is being leveraged to attack client machines, and fear it will cause large-scale infections soon. The vulnerability…

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Security expert Jerry Gamblin tells you how to improve your business's network security

Jerry Gamblin is a network security specialist who works for the Missouri House of Representatives and gives presentations around the world on Internet security. We’ve had the pleasure of working with Jerry for several years, as…

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Field Reports: An award-winning arts institution chooses “one-click-and-done” Web filtering and malware protection

Today we are excited to share the story of Interlochen Center for the Arts, home to the nation’s first and foremost arts high school and the world’s premiere summer arts programs.  In this edition of field reports, we look at…

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Noticed less spam lately? This could be why.

Here’s some good news you probably won’t hear every day: your inbox is going to have less spam.

How is this possible you ask?

On July 18, the New York Times announced that the world’s no. 3 botnet “Grum” has been…

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Introducing Enterprise Insights: Painless AD integration with the power of OpenDNS cloud-based security!

Today we give you OpenDNS Enterprise Insights, a new service from OpenDNS that integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Active Directory to give you critical visibility into malware and botnet infections on your network, as well as…

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Call For Applications: OpenDNS Looking for Domain Taggers

That’s right, folks.  It’s that time again!  We’re looking for some new volunteers to join the crew and help out with the domain tagging community!

OpenDNS moderators are Internet security superheroes that make sure our Web…

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OpenDNS Enterprise: The cloud-based security service 90% of customers choose again.

Today we shared some compelling numbers that provide insight into the effectiveness and longevity of OpenDNS Enterprise. A staggering 90% of all customers (ever) have renewed their service contract upon its expiration, and of the…

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Unique insight into Flame malware

For the past week the OpenDNS Security Research team has been closely collaborating with security company Kaspersky Lab to better understand Flame, the complex malware toolkit infecting targeted systems in Iran, Lebanon, Syria,…

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Field Reports: Why an agile pharmaceutical company switched from Symantec to OpenDNS

In this blog series we’ve introduced you to organizations of all sizes and industries, from K-12 and Higher Ed to large, distributed enterprises and retailers. To get a sense of how small businesses are using OpenDNS Enterprise,…

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Traveling this summer? Then read this.

Now that Summer is right around the corner it’s likely that many of you may have plans to do some traveling. Well, if that’s the case I’m here to make sure you add one more item to your pre-travel checklist: update your computer…

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