March 2005 DNS poisoning summary

Tuesday, 5 April 2005, 9:49 AM EST

Around 22:30 GMT on March 3, 2005 the SANS Internet Storm Center began receiving reports from multiple sites about DNS cache poisoning attacks that were redirecting users to websites hosting malware. As the "Handler on Duty" for March 4, I began investigating the incident over the course of the following hours and days. This report is intended to provide useful details about this incident to the community.

By Kyle Haugsness at SANS.

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