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  • DNSpooq lets attackers poison DNS cache – A Patch

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        Consciousless hackers are too darn good.

        “Seven vulnerabilities impacting a popular DNS software package, DNSmasq, that is commonly deployed in networking equipment, such as routers and access points.” Supported platforms include Linux (with glibc and uclibc), Android, *BSD, and Mac OS X. Dnsmasq is included in most Linux distributions and the ports systems of FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD.

        DNSpooq lets attackers poison DNS cache records.

        “Network administrators urged to apply the latest Dnsmasq updates to prevent the new DNSpooq
        attacks for NIX-based operating systems.”

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