Possible Android DNS Posioning

By Robert Vamosi | 7/25/12 12:27 AM

There's a weakness in Android's pseudo-random number generator (PRNG), which makes DNS poisoning attacks feasible on devices, says IBM researchers

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The Darkside of Cybercrime Arrests

By Robert Vamosi | 4/23/12 4:07 AM

Last November, the FBI joined with local authorities to take down a cybercrime ring as part of Operation Ghost Click. Unfortunately, in the course of the scam the cybercriminals changed the victim's DNS settings so that the compromised machines always used the criminal's own look up of Internet addresses and not one of the legitimate DNS root name servers. The FBI take down would have left thousands of machines without a way to navigate the Internet so the government set up a temporary solution.

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