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DNS and BIND, 4th Edition: DNS Security
Kashpureff hadn't made any attempt to disguise what he had done; the web site that users reached was plainly the AlterNIC's, not the InterNIC's. But imagine someone poisoning your name server's cache to direct https://www.amazon.com/ or https://www.wellsfargo.com/ to his own web server, conveniently well outside local law enforcement jurisdiction. Further, imagine your users typing in their credit card numbers and expiration dates. Now you get the idea.
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