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.
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Always on the ball, keeping me secure, day and night!
Allen J. Exelby
it works- I used to have stuff happen about twice a year- uardio warns me any time something looks fishy
John Robert Fleming
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