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DNS Spoofing attack prevention

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Can any one explain to me on how to configure two things for Windows Server 2008 R2 DNS Server.

(1) .Configure SSL/TLS servers to only use TLS 1.1 or TLS 1.2 if supported.
Configure SSL/TLS servers to only support cipher suites that do not use block ciphers. Apply patches if available. Note that additional configuration may be required after the installation of the MS12-006 security update in order to enable the split-record countermeasure.

(2) Server
Spoofed Request Amplification DDoS

For Item (2) is related to DNS Server. How to configure DNS Server to prevent spoofed attack?

Regards,
Zaw Tun Naing
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For question 1, step by step is here:

http://www.adminhorror.com/2011/10/enable-tls-11-and-tls-12-on-windows_1853.html

For question 2, if you don't have recursion disabled, disable it!
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For 2, you just have to limit the addresses that are allowed to access the DNS server.
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