How to check if your DNS server is vulnerable to the recently discovered DNS exploit

How to check if your DNS server is vulnerable to the recently discovered DNS exploit

In case you’ve missed the recent news about the major DNS exploit problem and haven’t checked to see if your DNS server is vulnerable, this site has a checker that will test to see if your DNS server appears to be patched or not.

Recently, a significant threat to DNS, the system that translates names you can remember (such as www.doxpara.com) to numbers the Internet can route (66.240.226.139) was discovered, that would allow malicious people to impersonate almost any website on the Internet. Software companies across the industry have quietly collaborated to simultaneously release fixes for all affected name servers. To find out if the DNS server you use is vulnerable, click below.

Check your DNS server here: DoxPara Research.

(via David Shea @ Mezzoblue, found on RSS2)

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