Researcher finally enumerated all the wonderful ways his DNS vulnerability could be exploited. And they are many.
Security researcher describes how a successful cache poisoning attack could be launched by taking advantage of a recently disclosed flaw in the Domain Name System.
In a Webinar on Thursday, researcher discloses specifics about his DNS cache poisoning flaw, and cites statistics on the number of systems that are patched.
This is a full transcript of the interview between Dan Kaminsky and CNET's Robert Vamosi.
Jon Oltsik fears many companies with a big Web presence don't realize the DNS flaw is their problem, and says if that's true, we all have a problem.
Dan Kaminsky of IOActive talks with CNET's Robert Vamosi this week about his work.
The Trojan used in the RSA breach of 2010 continues to target corporations and governments worldwide. Over 200 variants were recently discovered by researchers.
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German security researcher says the Chinese government doesn't need to demand back doors on Huawei routers because there are already major holes in their firmware.
Future vulnerability disclosures should benefit from Dan Kaminsky's responsible handling of Tuesday's DNS flaw.