Question about BIND and RPZ
blason16 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 5 04:21:34 UTC 2018
Well I was working on the same but you really need to have good RPZ feeds.
I subscribed to third party feeds and have worked on my RPZ but later you
need to have good reporting engine. Hence better to have a dedicated RPZ
server instead and that's what I could suggest.
This is not marketing talk but I know vendor that I am working with who is
offering a good product instead.
On Sat, Aug 4, 2018 at 7:23 PM Felipe Arturo Polanco <
felipeapolanco at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a question regarding BIND and its RPZ functionality.
> We are using a DNS provider that blocks malware by returning an NXDOMAIN
> response back whenever a match is found.
> The way they differentiate between real non-existent websites vs malware
> sites is by turning off the 'recursion available' bit in the NXDOMAIN
> response, non-existent sites do have this bit turned on.
> Is there a way to match this flag in an RPZ policy to redirect malware
> sites response to a wall garden website while not matching real
> non-existent websites?
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