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Redirecting outgoing DNS requests toward a fake DNS server in a LAN

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3 Author(s)
Maziar Janbeglou ; Centre for Advanced Software, Engineering Universiti Teknologi Malaysia 54100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ; Mazdak Zamani ; Suhaimi Ibrahim

This paper shows a new DNS attack that hijacks DNS requests by frequently injecting fake DNS server, and then network systems communicate with wrong destinations. So requests with different destination DNS IP addresses can be redirected toward a fake DNS server by a hacker. This type of attack is detectable by neither the EDS nor any anti spoofing software.

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2010 IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering and Service Sciences

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16-18 July 2010