…This is a problem that must be dealt with immediately. It may be the case that companies are not thinking about DNS queries as a potential attack vector. If this is true, how many other data-related processes are unprotected? Businesses need to be thinking about encrypting data at any point on the network, wherever it be in the cloud, data center or on an endpoint, –Luke Brown, VP EMEA, WinmagicEven public DNS resolvers like Google’s (188.8.131.52) and Cloudflare’s (184.108.40.206) aren’t safe from malicious parties. In fact, these are very much on their watch list. Both companies are not obligated (perhaps they should be) to implement additional security but there should be additional awareness on this threat on all points, the users, the paths and the websites.