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DNS - Server Attacks

It’s not so easy to list all the associated attacks as they are evolving way so fast. As any error of flaw is identified, a patch is released in response to that flaw or can say the bug and the contrary is also true. The two copies of attack are generally attached at the server side. Detailingdifficulties which can be one of these attacks is very difficult. They are emerging way in a very high speed.

As, the contrary,a patch is released in order to fix a bug which is discovered, Following are the types:

BUGs attack: The attack which enables to take advantage of bugs in the implementation of Domain Name server’s Software or any other system winning the DNS server. For example, for instance, buffer overflow for bind.

Attack by Denial of Service a very large number of fake requests made by a malicious user which will flood the airwaves, an example of this is oven which has same frequency as that of wireless network is called Denial of Service. Log Off, Delivery Failure connected successful is some messages that are used to flood the access point.

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