Secure64®, the leading provider of secure and self-protecting DNS server software, today announced the release of its DNS Cache version 3.1 software, which adds fine-grained query rate limiting to its existing comprehensive DNS distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) defenses. These defenses allow Communication Service Providers (CSPs) to protect their subscribers and their network during the wide variety of denial-of-service attacks, including amplified attacks, used by today’s attackers.
This latest release of DNS Cache adds the ability to rate limit by query type to its already industry-leading defenses, including rate limiting per client IP address, aggregate rate limiting, and protection from TCP SYN flood, reflected flood and cache poisoning attacks. It is the only DNS software or appliance ever to have its defenses tested by a third party laboratory against a variety of DDoS attacks.
“Denial of service attacks using or targeting DNS servers have become increasingly prevalent and sizable over the six years that we have been tracking them,” said
“Secure64 has been focused on providing DNS server software that protects CSP networks from denial-of-service attacks since 2007”, says
DNS Cache 3.1 is available immediately.
Secure64 is a software developer with the most secure and highest performing DNS products available. Secure64’s patented technology provides mission-critical security and reliability, built-in protection from DDoS attacks, high throughput and low latency. It has been shown to be immune to compromise from rootkits and malware and resistant to denial of service and other network attacks. The company offers a suite of trusted and secure DNS software appliances for caching, signing, blacklisting, management, and authoritative use. Secure64’s products are sold and serviced worldwide through
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