Attacking the DNS Protocol
by Sainstitute.org - Wednesday, 12 November 2003.
DNS is a heavily used protocol on the Internet yet has numerous security considerations.

This paper whilst containing nothing new on DNS security brings together in one document many strands of DNS security which has been published and reported in many separate publications before. As such this document intends to act as a single point of reference for DNS security.

This paper contains some basic and advanced level attacks.

Download the paper in PDF format here.

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