2 MINUTES ON… DNS cache poisoning

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A recent spate of Domain Name System (DNS) cache poisoning has security experts worried that the devious attack technique has become a new tool for identity thieves. DNS cache poisoning allows an attacker to change the DNS records that resolve domain names into IP addresses so that a user is ...

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