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DNS cache

The storage location of IP addresses of websites for faster retrieval of subsequent DNS queries (URL to IP). The caches are located in the user's computer as well as in company and ISP servers. See DNS and DNS cache poisoning.
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With Enc-DNS-HTTP, ATT cannot forge [PK.sub.WS] without [RK.sub.BA], and ATT must poison the DNS cache. If ATT desires to fake [IP.sub.WS], then this becomes a redirection task, as demonstrated in Theorems 1 and 2.
When responding to a DNS cache poisoning assault, hardware
Since the TwoB proxy maintains a local DNS cache and exploits HTTP persistent connections with web servers, these features help to offset the increased WAN delay to the measured web loading time.
The OCERT statement proposes that it is not actually a web hacking or web defacement, but it is a sign of a DNS cache poisoning type of attack.
To demonstrate the impact of DDoS attacks on DNS cache server using queuing model, numerical results are provided for six very different scenarios of number of cache servers, query traffic profile, time out setting and service capability of authoritative server.
Compared with noncaching scenarios, DNS cache servers (mostly also called recursive servers) virtually play as proxies between the Internet users and the answering authoritative servers.
Secure64 Software Corporation, Denver, has added a new product to its award-winning suite of DNS security products: Secure64 DNS Cache, a high-performing DNS caching solution that offers the greatest protection against cache poisoning attacks.
The latest Vantio software release provides multi-layer intelligent defenses that defeat DNS cache poisoning and other attacks, including the recently publicised Kaminsky vulnerability.
Pharming attacks are carried out using sophisticated blended attacks against DNS servers, typically involving DNS cache poisoning.