Cache Poisoning Detection via ONZRA's CacheAudit

Jose Avila jose at onzra.com
Fri Aug 1 17:34:18 CDT 2008


Issue should be corrected.

Thanks,

Jose

On Aug 1, 2008, at 3:25 PM, Matthew Black wrote:

> 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
>
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>> 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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