SUBDOMAIN HIJACKING VULNERABILITIES REPORT
One in five DNS records are left in a state in which they are vulnerable to subdomain hijacking.
Global businesses rely on the internet for everything—websites, email, authentication, voice over IP (VoIP), and more. It’s part of an organization’s external attack surface and needs to be continuously monitored for cybercrime attacks and fraud. The domain name system (DNS) is essentially the phonebook of the internet, and DNS records housekeeping is one of the worst managed tasks.
21% of DNS records point to content that does not resolve; this can leave companies vulnerable to subdomain hijacking.
82% of records are hosted on the cloud; this opens up more risk to businesses.
Some companies with large portfolios use many different cloud providers. This indicates decentralized management of their cloud providers, making it a challenge for them to have a good oversight of all their DNS records.
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