Suspecious DNS traffic
Matus UHLAR - fantomas
uhlar at fantomas.sk
Mon Mar 25 16:46:22 UTC 2013
On 26.03.13 00:21, babu dheen wrote:
please, skip personal replies. this is mailing listand issued should be
>Still not convinced because if i need to allow >1024 port from our DNS
> server to external world(internet).. where is the security?
If you have statefull firewall, you simply need to allow "open" connections
(statefull firewalls can track outgoing UDP packets and match the replies).
If not, you have to allow all traffic from port 53 on remote DNS servers to
your DNS server. Since you can't know all DNS servers, you have to allow all
incoming traffic to your DNS server where source port is 53.
all the "security" is useless if blocks your service. Luckily, most of
firewalls can track the "connection" state.
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