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DNS

abbr.
domain name system

DNS

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (formerly in Britain)Department for National Savings
2. (Computer Science) computing domain name system
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There are a multitude of caches, including the CPU cache, (write-through) disk cache, web cache (including proxy servers), DNS cache, icon cache and thumbnail cache.
When responding to a DNS cache poisoning assault, hardware
The recent hacking of the Etisalat website where the operator's Domain Name System (DNS) was compromised by a DNS Cache poisoning exploit goes to show that even high profile organisations are vulnerable to today's sophisticated cyber-attacks.
First Solution to Ensure 100% DNS Cache Function Availability Under Attack
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.
As an example, Heigh Speed can edit a few registry keys to increase the DNS cache, thereby allowing DNS information to be cached on the user's computer.
Secure64 DNS Cache starts at $29,995 and is available immediately from Secure64.
The latest Vantio software release provides multi-layer intelligent defenses that defeat DNS cache poisoning and other attacks, including the recently publicized Kaminsky vulnerability.
Pharming attacks are carried out using sophisticated blended attacks against DNS servers, typically involving DNS cache poisoning.
DNSSEC: The Antidote to DNS Cache Poisoning and Other DNS Attacks - White Paper
DDoS, DNS cache poisoning, phishing, website malware, critical infrastructure/SCADA