Friday, August 10, 2012

DNS Cache Poisoning Attack

DNS Cache Poisoning Attack: Cache is a critical component of the overall DNS infrastructure. Various components in the hierarchy of DNS maintain their own cache to avoid reaching out to the other servers all the time. Once a nameserver receives a response, it stores in its cache for some time (TTL) so that further queries for the matching domain are served from the cache. Not only it reduces the…
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