DNS cache poisoning
The DNA cache poisoning generally refers to the process of maintaining or developing the false information, in the cache of DNS server. This process refers to the attack which comprises of the process of developing the DNS server cache of false information. This process generally maintains the record which will enable to maintain the wrong IP address. With DNS cache poisoning, the hacker can move the process of can control the process of handling all the incoming outgoing services of the DNS in terms of name resolution. The hacker can direct the specific address on the arrival of any request by the user. For example, if the user wants to access google.com, the hacker can direct him a page which cans google.com/something_.htm or simple another malicious web page. Relates to an attack consisting of making a DNS server.