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  • Kellogg's
  • Xerox
  • George Washington University
  • Quest Diagnostics
  • Underwriters Laboratories
  • BP
  • Zendesk
  • Loews Hotels Holding Corporation
  • BMC Software
  • Evernote
  • Nvidia

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Threat protection like no other

OpenDNS Umbrella blocks malware, botnets and phishing over any port, protocol or app, and also detects and contains advanced attacks before they can cause damage. Our Security Graph engine uses big-data analytics and machine learning for predictive intelligence, to automate protection against both known and emergent threats.

Worldwide coverage in minutes

OpenDNS Umbrella protects devices anywhere and stays up-to-date without admin intervention because there is no hardware to install or software to maintain. Our Global Network handles more than two percent of the world’s Internet requests daily with 100 percent uptime and no added latency.

We have you covered, anywhere you go

OpenDNS protects you on your laptop, smartphone, desktop, server, and network


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OpenDNS Blog

  • New dog, new tricks

    Author: Kevin Rollinson

    We’ve all heard the saying: You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. But have you ever tried? … I know, I know, you didn’t come here for canine training tips. Stay with me, there’s a point to all this. Anyways, it’s super…

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  • Visualizing 2016's Top Threats

    Author: Austin McBride

    2016 brought us more traffic then ever and with that, we identified and protected our customers from a barrage of … new attacks, threats, and actors. Understanding these evolutions are paramount to a strong defense. In this post we…

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  • BSidesSD 2017 Recap

    Author: Kevin Bottomley

    BSidesSD 2017 San Diego has finally joined the Security BSides (@SecurityBSides) circuit. This year, the first annual BSidesSD took place … Jan 13th-14th held at National University on the northern side of San Diego. This author was…

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  • Finding the RAT's Nest

    Author: Andrea Scarfo

    We’ve spotted a Remote Access Trojan(RAT) and are headed down into the unknown. In this blog post we’re going to … examine some malicious infrastructure that we’ve found by pivoting through domains delivering and communicating…

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