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Warns of 'ongoing and sustained risk'.
From 'tens of millions' to 100,000.
Recorded tens of millions of devices.
Serious security flaw discovered.
Heartbeat server goes dead.
Google has gone live with a Public DNS service, which offers increased speed and security for domain name lookups completely free of charge.
A bug in the ZoneAlarm personal firewall package left users without a working 'net connection this Tuesday after a patch was released for DNS resolution by Microsoft.
SecureComputing has reported a new variant of the DNSChanger trojan, a nasty bug which attempts to reconfigure your broadband router to point at compromised DNS servers.
CardSpace, the authentication system provided with .NET Framework 3.0, suffers from the same security shortcomings as its predecessor according to a German research team.
A cracker group calling itself Kryogeniks has taken responsibility for an attack on the DNS records of US cable giant Comcast, resulting in the downing of its main website on Wednesday.
According to Yahoo!, the US refuses to hand over the control of the internet to the UN. Ambassador David Gross thinks that it is unacceptable for the UN to take over the Internet's primary traffic and DNS routers.
The mighty Searchzilla was downed at the weekend. A case of Cache Poisoning, perhaps?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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