General information for DNS cache pollution
    Secure the DNS Cache
    Cache pollution occurs when DNS query responses contain nonauthoritative or malicious data. The Secure cache against pollution option prevents an attacker ...
    Securing the DNS Server Service
    The following configuration options for the DNS Server service have security implications for both the standard and the Active Directory-integrated DNS Server service.
    DNS Recursion
    You could view the DNS cache pollution settings, use the following steps: Open the DNS Management Console by clicking Start, Programs, Adminstrative Tools, ...
    dns cache - Search Microsoft.com
    This article provides a description of the DNS Server "Secure cache against pollution" setting. Microsoft DNS server in Windows NT 4.0 and ...
    DNS records
    If it is an Active Directory Integrated zone and only secure DNS records update are allowed then it is not a DNS pollution attack and in this case what Mr Ace Fekay ...
    Support for DNS cache pollution
    How to prevent DNS cache pollution
    Describes how to prevent DNS cache pollution if Domain Name System "spoofing" occurs.
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    Description of the DNS Server Secure Cache Against ...
    This article provides a description of the DNS Server "Secure cache against pollution" setting. Microsoft DNS server in Windows NT 4.0 and ...
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    Predictable Query IDs Pose Security Risks for DNS Servers
    An attacker can send a query to a DNS server asking for the IP address (for example, of www.microsoft.com.) The DNS server sends a recursive query on ...
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    Microsoft DNS Server Registry Parameters, Part 2 of 3
    This article consists of 3 parts and describes settings for the Microsoft Domain Name Service (DNS) server. You can modify most settings using the DNSADMIN ...
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    Why would DNS cache have negative entries at logon? - ...
    Hi, Thanks in advance for reading this. I have a problem where the DNS cache contains negative entries for our Exchange server, the file/print server, and ...
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