[Pluralsight] Network Protocols for Security: DNS

Pluralsight – Network Protocols for Security: DNS [FCO]

 

About

In this course, you’ll practice creating network traffic to analyze how DNS queries and responses operate. When you’re finished, you’ll have a fundamental understanding on how to find anomalies within DNS.

 

What you’ll learn

Understanding how network protocols operate is an implied skill required to be successful in cyber security. In this course, Network Protocols for Security: DNS, you’ll learn to analyze DNS network traffic. First, you’ll explore a typical DNS request to understand how queries and responses operate. Next, you’ll modify the local hosts file to see one method where DNS can be taken advantage of. Finally, you’ll analyze a command and control conversation to gain further insight into malicious DNS conversations. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of DNS needed to find anomalies and malicious activity amongst network traffic.

 

Instructor(s)

Brandon DeVault is an Sr. Security Author focusing on general blue team operations, incident response, and threat hunting at Pluralsight. He is also a member of the Florida Air National Guard and works as a threat hunter on a Mission Defense Team (MDT) defending North America’s air tracks. Prior to joining Pluralsight, Brandon worked with Elastic as an Education Architect creating and delivering security content. He also worked with Special Operations Command where he had two deployments to Af…

 

General Info:

Author(s): Brandon DeVault
Language: English
Updated: Sep 28, 2023
Videos Duration: 20m+
Course Source: https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/dns-network-protocols-security

 

Size: 118MB


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