DNS Cache Poisoning Protection
Prevent DNS server infections where a DNS request from a user could be spoofed and re-directed to a malicious site
DNS cache poisoning, also known as DNS spoofing, is a type of attack that exploits vulnerabilities in the domain name system (DNS) to divert Internet traffic away from legitimate servers and towards illegitimate or compromised servers.
Sandvine Network Security product prevents unsuspecting users from being redirected to a malicious site by ensuring that the legitimate DNS server is used. This capability leverages leading third-party threat sources such as Symantec’s DeepSight which provides the latest threat information of known phishing and other malicious sites.
Cyber Security: Considerations and Techniques
This paper describes the wide variety of solutions that CSPs and enterprise Internet security professionals are juggling today, and explains the many advantages of using network policy control to deliver secure pipes to residential subscribers and business customers.