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From: rodrigob at suespammers.org (Rodrigo Barbosa)
Subject: DNS Hijack Attacks

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On Tue, Nov 25, 2003 at 08:57:32PM -0000, Richard Maudsley wrote:
> Am I right in thinking that this attack is where a DNS server is broken into
> and the routing table modified so that a domain name points to a different
> server where the content is controlled by the attacker?

Yes and no. There are other, and better, methods to do it.

> Could anyone point me in the right direction for more information. I was
> hoping for a whitepaper or something...

Try looking also for "DNS cache poisoning" and "DNS poisoning".

- -- 
Rodrigo Barbosa <rodrigob@...spammers.org>
"Quid quid Latine dictum sit, altum viditur"
"Be excellent to each other ..." - Bill & Ted (Wyld Stallyns)

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