DNS attacks: Explication
DNS attacks are a type of cybercrime that takes advantage of flaws in the Domain Name System. Because the DNS system is such an essential element of the internet infrastructure while still having several security flaws, this is a severe cybersecurity risk.
There are many types of DNS attacks, but this post will focus on a few of the most common ones. Cybercriminals, for instance, can use DNS’s core features to amplify DDoS attacks. DNS spoofing, for example, is an attack vector that tampers with DNS entries in order to reroute internet users to specified websites. So let’s explore them in more detail.