Domain Generation Algorithms (DGAs) are a technique used in malware to generate many domain names to communicate with command and control servers.
Note most malware, such as free malware, doesn’t have these functions. It would help if you fixed it with your DNSs. This technique needs more explanation and more time. In short, you can skip Step 2 if you need to learn about it. As mentioned before, this article is for professionals.
In short, DGAs use a mathematical algorithm to generate many domain names based on a combination of variables, such as the current date, time, and other system information. This algorithm prevents domains from being blocklisted or monitored.
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Therefore follow these:
2. Configure the domain to use a DGA, allowing the domain name to change automatically and making it harder for antivirus and firewalls to identify and block the traffic.
3. Install a DNS tunneling tool, such as Iodine or Dns2tcp or Dnscat2 or Clobber or Dns2socks, etc., and set up a DNS tunnel between them over the Cloudflare proxified DNS domain. It will encapsulate and send the data as DNS queries and reactions.
4. Install and configure NGINX on the server machine to act as the target server’s reverse proxy or load balancer. Configure NGINX to accept SSL/TLS connections on your specified port.
5. Install and configure an SSL/TLS certificate on the NGINX server to enable secure client communication.
6. Configure NGINX to proxy traffic to the target server using SSL/TLS encryption.