Is your DNS server configured wrong?

Tuesday, 10 October 2006, 5:55 PM EST

More than half of the Internet's name servers are configured incorrectly, leaving networks vulnerable to pharming attacks and enabling servers to be used in attacks that can wipe out DNS infrastructure.

This is the key finding of a survey of the Internet's domain name servers released Monday. The Measurement Factory conducted the survey for Infoblox, which sells DNS appliances.

At Computerworld.

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