DNS Hijacking: What is it and How it Works

DNS hijacking (sometimes referred to as DNS redirection) is a type of malicious attack that overrides a computer’s TCP/IP settings to point it at a rogue DNS server, thereby invalidating the default DNS settings. In other words, when an attacker takes control of a computer to alter its DNS settings, so that it now points … Continue reading DNS Hijacking: What is it and How it Works