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[WINDOWS]Details on DNS flaw inadvertently leaked; researcher says patch now

Discussion in 'Windows/*nix' started by Echo419, July 23, 2008.

  1. Echo419

    Echo419 FS Owner

    The cat is out of the bag before Black Hat. That isn't a passage from a Dr. Seuss children's book, but a description of what happened on Monday when a Web site accidentally posted details about a DNS flaw uncovered by security researcher Dan Kaminsky earlier this month.

    Kaminsky, who plans to discuss the flaw at the forthcoming Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas next month, had wanted to keep the details private until then, in hopes of preventing the flaw from being used for malicously redirecting Internet traffic to phony Web sites for large-scale phishing exploits.

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