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    Describes how to prevent DNS cache pollution if Domain Name System "spoofing" occurs.
    This article provides a description of the DNS Server "Secure cache against pollution" setting. Microsoft DNS server in Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 is ...
    By default, the DNS Server service is secured from cache pollution, which results when DNS query responses contain nonauthoritative or malicious data.
    Cache pollution occurs when DNS query responses contain nonauthoritative or malicious data. The Secure cache against pollution option prevents an attacker ...
    If I look at the advanced properties of the dns server, "secure cache against pollution" is ... W2003 DNS cache snooping vulnerability for PCI-DSS compliance http ...
    MS Helper, Just as an FYI, I don't believe DNS cache pollution is restricted to only non-AD zones. I was not speaking about DNS cache pollution, I was speaking about ...
    Why would DNS cache have negative entries at logon? Hi, Thanks in ... I have removed the old DNS server and cache pollution has stopped. Reply;
    The Microsoft DNS Server has been modified to use random query IDs. Random query IDs reduce the effectiveness of this cache pollution attack. To resolve this problem ...
    We determined it was applied the DNS Cache Pollution and applied trhe appropriate patches to resolve the problem. BTW: ...
    ... Domain Name Service (DNS ... screen DNS records received in remote query responses against the zone of authority for the remote server to prevent cache pollution.