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DNS Advanced Attacks and Analysis
Adam Ali.Zare Hudaib, Esra'a Ali Zare Hudaib
Pages - 63 - 74     |    Revised - 31-03-2014     |    Published - 30-04-2014
Volume - 8   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - April 2014  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
DNS, DoS, Cache Poisoning, DNSSEC, DNS Hijacking.
ABSTRACT
Nowadays DNS is used to load balance, failover, and geographically redirect connections. DNS has become so pervasive it is hard to identify a modern TCP/IP connection that does not use DNS in some way. Unfortunately, due to the reliability built into the fundamental RFC-based design of DNS, most IT professionals don't spend much time worrying about it. If DNS is maliciously attacked — altering the addresses it gives out or taken offline the damage will be enormous. Whether conducted for political motives, financial gain, or just the notoriety of the attacker, the damage from a DNS attack can be devastating for the target.

In this research we will review different DNS advanced attacks and analyze them. We will survey some of the most DNS vulnerabilities and ways of DNS attacks protection.
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Mr. Adam Ali.Zare Hudaib
Two Mas ltd - Poland
adamhudaib@gmail.com
Dr. Esra'a Ali Zare Hudaib
Computer & Engineering Department The Hashemite University Amman . Jordan - Jordan