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My logic is that if a malicious actor is able to connect to the "secure" network and get an IP address, you have much bigger problems from a security standpoint than DHCP I partially agree with … that but from a network-security point of view, DHCP can be an extra possible attacking vector for the internal network so it is considered a risk. I guess DHCP is considered insecure cause it can be …
answered Jul 12 '18 by game0ver