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This means that websites have little incentive to start supporting DNSSEC, as a MITM can spoof a DNS record simply by not including a signature. This is incorrect. If a MITM attacker sends a result without a signature to a client that supports DNSSEC, the resolve will fail. This is because there is a signed DS record for that domain returned by the TLD's ...


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ARP Spoofing is mostly the basis of MitM Attacks. It is used to redirect the traffic initially. This is done by fooling the victim into beliving that your mac address is associated to the routers ip address. This is called ARP-Spoofing or ARP-Cache poisoning. DNS Spoofing is used to target specific sites. For example if you created a fake site that is ...



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