- The BCL is designed to be installed on the router’s DENY table. After that all communication from and to C&C servers are blocked.
- When used in combination with intrusion prevention servers (IPS) and intrusion detection servers (IDS), BCL identifies IP addresses of infected devices that are trying to contact botnet C&Cs and block traffic to and from these devices.
- When installed on a DNS server, Spamhaus BCL acts as a response policy zone (RPZ), also known as a DNS firewall, and supports special handling of hosts that resolve to IP addresses listed in BCL.
- Prevent infected computers within your network from receiving instructions and malware updates.
- Prevent sensitive data from being sent from botnet nodes to C&C servers.
- Disrupt communication with the C&C servers and neutralize botnet nodes within your network.
- Spamhaus Technology Border Gateway Protocol feed (BGPf) contains BCL as well as the Do Not Route or Peer (DROP) and extended DROP (eDROP) lists.
- Spamhaus Technology provides BCL as an RPZ/DNS firewall for download to DNS servers.
- The BCL ruleset can be installed on your IDS/IPS. Spamhaus Technology supplies the ruleset for Snort, Suricata and other IDS/IPS using Snort format.
Spamhaus BCL feeds are of the highest quality in the market and all are available for trial. We can assist with technical setup and implementation questions.
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