DNS Spoofing is a cyberattack targeting the DNS which consists in redirecting Internet users without their knowledge to fraudulent websites seeking to steal the information collected.
To effectively fight against the DNS spoofing, the implementation of DNSSEC on your strategic domain names is the solution.
Thanks to signed zones, the implementation of the DNSSEC protocol prevents your traffic from being redirected to a fraudulent website seeking to steal the information collected. DNSSEC is a protocol for securing the DNS by authenticating servers, this system limiting attacks by poisoning. DNSSEC secures and authenticates data.
DNSSEC acts as an essential protection for your domain names, allowing to secure the authenticity of the DNS response.
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