DNS poisoning is a type of attack in which hacker sends a request to local DNS server. Then this query is forwarded to internet (Master DNS server). In the meantime, attacker floods the local DNS cache with fake responses. Whenever a normal user sends a request to the DNS server it directs them to malicious sites. These sites contain tools that steal user’s data or harm their computer.

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