Practically speaking, how easy difficult is it to spoof DNS? What scenarios are more risky than others? For example: A phishing email or twitter link that attracts users to click a hyperlink A ...
Hello Guys! Can anyone explain what is DNS zone transfer or give any link, paper? I have already googled, but could not find anything meaningful?
Based on information from this site, DNSSec is needed to protect us from a number of DNS and SSL / TLS hacks, including: DNS spoofing, especially on wifi or shared medium Registrars that abuse their ...
So DNSSEC is to ensure that returned IP address is not poisoned. And https is to verify the remote server. My question is that when protected by https, under what circumstances, a client is ...
What is the difference between DNS Spoofing and DNS Cache Poisoning ??? It seems like there are little differences between two attacks, with an exception that DNS server is actually might cache the "...
First, let me clear that this isn't a duplicate of Does deliberately wrong information from a DNS server violate standards generally accepted good practices? thread, as I'm not interested in legal ...
I was previously using OpenDNS on my internal network. I found out today that Comcast has switched over to DNSSec: Comcast DNSSec. I've done a little research on DNSSec and its benefits. I ...
How does using SSL protect aginst dns spoof? since DNS is at a lower level and it is always work the same whether the user is visiting an HTTP or HTTPS site.
Does DNSSEC provide signed statements that a certain domain does NOT yet support DNSSEC? If not, why not?
In my security class with David Wagner, we talked about some of the reasons why DNSSEC is not widely adopted right now. One of the reasons was that for backward compatibility reasons, clients need to ...
Okay, I'll admit something first-off: I don't really understand some of the practical aspects of how DNSSec protections work very well.(Even after reading resources like this.) Well, I certainly ...