A10 Networks‘ new native capability allows providers to offer DoH services to their subscribers. Organizations that run DNS infrastructure can now deliver higher DNS security by preventing interference and enabling user privacy protection through end-to-end encryption for DNS queries, without sacrificing the performance and latency needed for DNS infrastructure. DoH provides deeper protection to subscribers against DNS-based attacks. DNS over HTTPS is now available as a native capability with Thunder CFW on any hardware or software appliance, including containerized instances.
DoH solution provides:
Investment Protection: DNS infrastructure is one of the most critical components for operators. It is designed to handle a large volume of traffic and is often the target of extensive attacks. The DoH capability is designed to protect and augment the existing DNS infrastructure investment for service providers.
Scale and Performance: The DoH encryption enabled by TLS requires additional processing capabilities. Thunder CFW is designed for the scale and performance required for high-volume DoH traffic.
Security and Visibility: A10 provides secure application services to protect DNS infrastructure from multiple attack vectors, these are extended with the DoH capability. Organizations can combine multiple services as required.
Gunter Reiss, VP of worldwide marketing at A10 Networks said,
“Security of the DNS infrastructure has never been more critical for service providers and for their enterprise customers than now. DNS queries are transmitted in clear text, unencrypted. As a result, DNS queries are easily subject to spoofing, interception, hijacking, and other issues. A10’s DNS over HTTPS capability helps service providers protect their DNS infrastructure from devastating attacks while providing the performance and scale required.”
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