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This simply means that all these domain names are associated with the IP 17.178.96.59. Several domain names can be associated with the same IP address. This is common with name-based implementation of Shared web hosting service: Name-based In name-based virtual hosting, also called shared IP hosting, the virtual hosts serve multiple host names on ...


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Sometimes, companies will register domain names that are similar to their actual domain names or products to make sure someone does not use them for phishing or brand abuse. This can be confirmed by running a whois query. I see that jtunes.com is, in fact, registered by Apple. http://www.tcpiputils.com/browse/domain/jtunes.com


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There are three flags in a DNSSec packet that are responsible for communicating the validation requirements of a domain. The DO bit The DO bit is set by the resolver to indicate that it requires authentication Resource Records to be included in the response. If a resolver is security aware, it MUST set the DO bit. If a Name Server gets a message without ...


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There are many different ways to do DNS spoofing: Compromise a DNS server This one is as simple as it sounds. If the attacker controls a DNS server that is in the resolution chain that the victim is using, then the attacker can control which IP addresses domains resolve to. The initial compromise would be via any normal method that an attacker would ...


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I think you are using wrong keyword for this topic. These are different various of attacks against DNS server and one of them is also DNS spoofing. DNS security threats and mitigations Because of the open, distributed design of the Domain Name System, and its use of the User Datagram Protocol (UDP), DNS is vulnerable to various forms of attack. ...



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