Is your ISP’s DNS vulnerable?

Published 14 July 08 11:37 AM | rodtrent

Mine is, apparently…

Your name server, at 65.24.7.3, appears vulnerable to DNS Cache Poisoning.

All requests came from the following source port: 38465
Do not be concerned at this time. IT administrators have only recently been apprised of this issue, and should have some time to safely evaluate and deploy a fix.


Requests seen for f7c47605c597.toorrr.com:
65.24.7.3:38465 TXID=12160
65.24.7.3:38465 TXID=20751
65.24.7.3:38465 TXID=65134
65.24.7.3:38465 TXID=32991
65.24.7.3:38465 TXID=51073

Jump out here to test yours.  Use the DNS Checker on the right-hand side of the blog.

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# cmosby said on July 14, 2008 01:46 PM:

You need to start using http://opendns.com/, its very fast and is very safe!

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