DNs Hijacking

the Domain Name System (DNS) is like a phone book for the Internet, allowing users to use easy-to-remember URL names instead of memorizing IP addresses to access websites. DNs hijacking occurs when an attacker redirects web traffic to a fraudulent website using the domain name system instead of directing them to the intended destination.

Apr 25, 2020

Always on the ball

Always on the ball, keeping me secure, day and night!

3 Reviews

Allen J. Exelby

Trustpilot

it works- I used to have stuff happen about twice a year- uardio warns me any time something looks fishy

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John Robert Fleming

Facebook
Apr 26, 2020

Click Bait

It's good to know that some of the click bait which gets my attention is connected to a sketchy web site. I need the re-affirmation that I have ignored my common sense

1 Reviews

Jim Capillo

Trustpilot