DNS Attack Prevention: Inside DNS Components Vulnerable to Attack

DNS Attack Prevention: Inside DNS Components Vulnerable to Attack

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Since applications automatically trust the domain name system (DNS) to perform its functions as needed, DNS has become an easy target for hackers. To top it off, the DNS is oftentimes invisible to users, making it even more difficult to identify attacks.

In this expert e-guide by industry leader Char Sample, gain a basic understanding of the 4 core DNS components: stub resolver, recursive resolver, authoritative nameserver, and caching nameserver. Click through to find out which of these is the most targeted in a DNS attack, as well as 3 mitigation tactics.

Vendor:
F5 Networks
Posted:
29 Jan 2014
Published:
29 Jan 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
9 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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