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Newly Registered Domains vs. Newly Observed Domains vs. Newly Active Domains vs. Newly Observed Hostnames vs. DNS Changes: What Does "New" Mean?

Thursday, October 24, 2019 By Joe St Sauver

What is the difference between Newly Observed Domains and Newly Registered Domains? Joe St Sauver explains all of this and more in this illuminating article.

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DNSDB Scout Turns 1!

Thursday, October 17, 2019 By Tyler Wood and Daniel Schwalbe

It’s hard to believe, but it has been exactly one year since we released DNSDB Scout™, the graphical user interface for DNSDB, built on the Google Chrome Extension™ framework. Since then, the Chrome Extension has been installed in over 1000 browsers and has over 700 active users. Based on the overwhelmingly positive response from our user community, we released a DNSDB Scout Add-On for Mozilla Firefox in January of 2019. The Firefox Add-On currently has...

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Visualizing the Hard-to-Visualize: DNS and SSL/TLS Cert Existence Over Time Using R Graphics

Monday, September 30, 2019 By Joe St Sauver

I. Introduction Understanding what's going on in DNS data (or in data from other potential sources) often involves time: to understand security data, we may need to understand when data was collected, when events happened, and when changes took place. That's why DNSDB supports time fencing, and why we've previously discussed analyzing DNS traffic volumes over time in previous blog articles: Finding Top FQDNs Per Day in DNSDB Export MTBL Files (Part 1), Volume-Over-Time Data...

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Crushing Monolithic Data Results ("Rock") Into "Gravel": dnsbq New -g Volume-Across-Time Option

Friday, September 27, 2019 By Joe St Sauver

Part 3 of a 3-Part Series on New DNSDB Search Features Using `dnsdbq`

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Getting More Results from DNSDB Using the New -O (Offset) Option

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 By Joe St Sauver

Part 2 of a 3-Part Series on New DNSDB Search Features Using `dnsdbq`

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