[DNSfirewalls] something new in dns firewalls: microsoft dns policy filtering
francis at threatstop.com
Tue May 19 23:58:57 UTC 2015
It seems to only cover the equivalent of QNAME and rpz-client-ip. No equivalent of rpz-ip or rpz-ns*
But it's a start
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: DNSfirewalls [mailto:dnsfirewalls-bounces at lists.redbarn.org] On
> Behalf Of Paul Vixie
> Sent: 19 May 2015 16:53
> To: Rod Rasmussen
> Cc: dnsfirewalls at lists.redbarn.org
> Subject: Re: [DNSfirewalls] something new in dns firewalls: microsoft dns
> policy filtering
> Rod Rasmussen wrote:
> > This is cool. For us in the TL;DR crew this seems to be a cookbook/example
> approach without tech specs. Any word on if there is any compatibility with
> RPZ format, or is someone going to have to create a translator?
> i don't see enough overlap that a translator would be possible. and there's no
> RPZ compatibility.
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