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Always-on DNS Service Protection

Nexusguard DNS server replaces or complements customer DNS server by hosting zone records fetched from customer DNS server or acting as a recursive server containing cached data about the customer's name zone.

All legitimate DNS queries will then be handled and answered by Nexusguard’s cloud, while malicious queries will be dropped completely.

Easy Deployment

All you have to do is to migrate zone files on the Customer Portal from your DNS server to Nexusguard’s DDoS-proof DNS servers (DNS zone transfer). Alternatively, you can just give us the IP addresses of your authoritative DNS servers. Then Nexusguard NS on our network will be set as an authoritative serve for your name zone (DNS reverse proxy).

Faster, Resilient DNS For Faster Page Loads

Nexusguard's global scrubbing network consists of multiple geographically distributed nodes, so that performance deteriorations or service breaks in any one node will not cause the domains to go down. The load balancing capability results in faster DNS query times.

Additional Layer of Security

DNSSEC adds security to the DNS by enabling the validation of DNS responses. You can have DNSSEC enabled during zone transfer and implemented on existing zones to make DNS less vulnerable to a very common type of attack called DNS Spoofing.

Intuitive Customer Portal

View query stats and bandwidth used; add, remove and manage domains under protection; configure domain settings; import/export zone files; replicate DNS data using zone transfer; and manage SOA and NS records.

Security Loopholes Closed

Various security vulnerabilities associated with DNS service, such as DNS spoofing, DNS server cache snooping, dynamic update security threats and fingerprinting, are addressed.

CAA DNS Record Supported

Specify and authorize the certificate authorities (CAs) that can issue certificates for your domain.

Two-factor Authentication (2FA)

Activate Google 2FA to protect unwanted access to your DNS Protection account.