Trying to do my part:
$ curl -sD - https://dcid.me | grep 'permissions-policy'
Have you blocked FLoC yet? If you are using NOC, you can disable it with 1-click here:
More details on how to do it yourself:
One thing I love about the https://noc.org DNS is the visibility it provides - including regions and resolvers.
If you want to move away from big tech and give a small provider a chance, you may like it :)
Based on this timeline, Microsoft screwed up big time here - so slow to respond and patch.
Scary growth of the DDoS attacks size through the years...
Good read to understand how Google thinks and handles DDoS attacks.
Really happy with the way the NOC.org availability and performance monitoring is working.
Global view of your site/domain from 10+ different locations - every minute.
If you have a website, try it out:
Really good read on how the FBI caught the "twitter hacker".
Bitcoin transactions *might* appear be anonymous, but they can give out enough information & patterns to connect it to someone - specially on a high profile case (well, and bad opsec).
Does your current DNS provider gives you visibility on your DNS traffic?
This is the data for one of our small domains: dnsblacklist[.]org.
Interesting to see that Google is the #1 resolver for it.. or the traffic per hour.. or the full logs..
Try it out:
Another one already blocked by CleanBrowsing - on all our filters:
If you are looking for a first layer of defense to block malicious domains, maybe be good to try it out.
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