Domain Name System (DNS) poisoning and spoofing are types of attacks that leverage vulnerability in DNS servers to divert traffic from a legitimate server to fake servers. After you visit a scam page, you might be wondering how to fix it - even if only you can do it. You need to know exactly what works to protect yourself.
DNS cache poisoning are some of the most malicious cyber-threats. If you don't understand how the Internet connects you to websites, you may be led to believe that a website is itself being hacked. In some cases, it may simply be your device. Even worse, cybersecurity suites can only stop some of the threats related to DNS spoofing.