DNS Cache Poisoning and DNS Spoofing

DNS poisoning and spoofing is a cyberattack that exploits vulnerabilities in DNS servers to redirect traffic from legitimate servers to fake ones. Once exposed to a fake page, you may be puzzled about how to fix the problem, even though you’re the only one who can do it. Therefore, you need to know precisely how… Continue reading DNS Cache Poisoning and DNS Spoofing

DNS Spoofing: Key Facts, Meaning

What is DNS Spoofing? DNS (Domain name server) spoofing or DNS cache poisoning is a type of cyberattack used by an attacker to direct the victim’s traffic to a malicious website (instead of a legal IP address). Attackers use DNS cache poisoning to redirect Internet traffic and steal sensitive information. For example, a hacker wants… Continue reading DNS Spoofing: Key Facts, Meaning