Malware is a growing problem on the internet, with new threats emerging every day. While traditional antivirus software can be effective at detecting and blocking known malware, it often struggles to keep up with the constantly changing landscape of online threats. This is where DigitalStakeout's protective DNS service can help.
A protective DNS service works by providing a secure, dedicated DNS (Domain Name System) service that is specifically designed to protect users from malware. When a user attempts to access a website, the protective DNS service will first check to see if the site is known to be malicious. If it is, the service will block access to the site, protecting the user from potentially harmful content.
DigitalStakeout is constantly monitoring the internet for new threats, allowing it to block access to known malicious websites before they can cause harm to users. This proactive approach helps to keep users safe from the latest threats, even if their traditional antivirus software is not yet aware of them.
By blocking access to known malicious websites, DigitalStakeout pDNS helps to reduce the overall exposure of users to potential malware. This means that even if a user does accidentally visit a malicious site, the protective DNS service will prevent them from actually accessing the harmful content, reducing their risk of infection.
DigitalStakeout pDNS provides detailed reporting and analysis tools that help users to understand their exposure to potential malware. This increased visibility can be invaluable in helping users to identify and address potential vulnerabilities in their online habits, further reducing their risk of infection.
DigitalStakeout pDNS provides an additional layer of security that can help to protect users from a wide range of threats, including malware, phishing attacks, and other forms of cybercrime. By making it harder for attackers to access users' devices and steal sensitive information, DigitalStakeout pDNS will help to reduce the overall risk of malware infection.