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I'm sure it'll end up in https://github.com/mozilla/policy-templates/blob/master/READ... if it gets officially added and released.

Though I will say inspecting DNS for phishing protection is like watching your front door to catch a burglar.




Once you know of a phishing attack (or malware activity) you need to check what users fell for it. For prevention, your run of the mill phishing campaign blasts emails at a large number of recipients,you can block domains it uses to prevent infection or visits to malicious URLs.

In essence,defenders need to monitor for and block attacker infrastructure.




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