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HP Labs and HP TippingPoint collaborate to stop network attacks

HP Labs and HP DVLabs are now working together to bolster the HP TippingPoint ReputationDV feed. Together, we’re improving the amount of malicious domain names in the global data base that will help organizations uncover previous unnoticed malicious domain names.

 

hplabs.jpgThe http://www.hp.com/go/TippingPoint RepDV ‘blacklist’ of known bad domain names and IP addresses through real-time analysis of DNS traffic is also being added to through HP Labs security sources—now allowing customers to better identify compromised computers and block traffic from these sites.

 

To learn more about this ground-breaking DNS research, read, “HP Labs works with HP TippingPoint to reveal previously undetected network attacks.”

 

See how HP TippingPoint DVLabs can help your organization!

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