Cache Poisoning Detection via ONZRA's CacheAudit

Matthew Black black at csulb.edu
Fri Aug 1 17:25:46 CDT 2008


On Fri, 1 Aug 2008 13:20:45 -0700
  Jose Avila <jose at onzra.com> wrote:
> In light of new attack vectors DNS Cache Poisoning discovered by Dan 
> Kaminsky, ONZRA has developed a free Open Source (BSD License) tool 
> called CacheAudit. This tool allows recursive providers to detect  cache 
>poisoning events using cache dumps from their DNS servers. Along  with 
>releasing this tool, ONZRA has also released a white paper  describing the 
>validation process.
> 
> Main Tool Page: http://www.onzra.com/cacheaudit.html
> White Paper: http://www.onzra.com/RecursiveDNSCacheAuditingWhitepaper.pdf



> Main Tool Page: http://www.onzra.com/cacheaudit.html

LOL. Now that's funny! I get a completely black screen
with Firefox and IE. I briefly glanced at the HTML src
code (CTRL-U) but don't want to burn brain cells figuring
out what you have to say.

matthew black
network services
california state university, long beach




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