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DNS Finally Attacked

Recently, I've been talking about potential vulnerabilities with DNS. One reader set me straight, pointing out that DNS has never been attacked.

Someone may have taken that as a challenge, as an AT&T DNS was attacked by someone using a recently reported vulnerability. That's exactly why Microsoft was so adamant that IT should patch their DNS.

Posted by Doug Barney on August 04, 2008


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