Point Windows DNS to DigitalStakeout PDNS
Getting started with Windows (Agent and Agentless)
DigitalStakeout PDNS currently supports Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Server 2008, Server 2012, Server 2016, and Server 2019 with .NET Framework 4.5+.
DigitalStakeout PDNS endpoints will require access to connect to Securd on following ports.
DNS: (TCP/UDP 53) outbound
HTTPS: (TCP/443) outbound
HTTPS: (TCP/8443) outbound
Download the DigitalStakeout PDNS Windows Client
Forward Windows DNS Server Queries to DigitalStakeout PDNS
Before Your Begin Forwarding DNS Queries You should have the DNS role installed. To install the DNS role, please see one of the following articles: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/networking/dns/dns-top You should also have a Static ...
Install DigitalStakeout PDNS Client for Windows
The DigitalStakeout PDNS client enables on/off network windows clients to be protected by DigitalStakeout PDNS, while being able to access internal resources. Supported Operating Systems Supports Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Server 2008, Server 2012, ...
Forwarding BIND DNS Queries to DigitalStakeout PDNS
DNS forwarding is a useful technique for distributing the workload of handling DNS queries across multiple servers and improving the efficiency of the overall system. In this article, we will look at how to configure DNS forwarding on Bind in Ubuntu ...
PagerDuty DigitalStakeout PDNS Integration
Trigger DigitalStakeout PDNS alerts to PagerDuty, so you can remediate cyber security incidents faster. 1. Perform the PagerDuty Setup Process first. PagerDuty Setup Process Login to PagerDuty, go to the Configuration menu and select Services. On the ...
Threat Hunting with DigitalStakeout PDNS
A cloud-based DNS firewall, such as DigitalStakeout PDNS, can be an effective tool for threat hunting by security analysts. Here is a step-by-step guide on how a security analyst can use PDNS for threat hunting: Set up PDNS: The first step in using ...