Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered multiple vulnerabilities in Dnsmasq, a popular open-source software used for caching Domain Name System (DNS) responses, thereby potentially allowing an adversary to mount DNS cache poisoning attacks and remotely execute malicious code.
The flaws, collectively called “DNSpooq” by Israeli research firm JSOF, echoes previously disclosed weaknesses in theRead More – The Hacker News


By |2021-01-19T12:19:26-05:00January 19th, 2021|