A CDE Definition
(Domain Name System SECurity) A set of security extensions from Verisign designed to prevent attacks against the DNS system as well as DNS hijacking, which directs the user to an erroneous website. DNSSec employs a digital signature to ensure that the correct IP address is used. For more information, visit www.dnssec.org. See DNS hijacking and DNS cache poisoning.
Before/After Your Search Term
|DNS name resolution||DNT|
|DNS parking||DNT browser|
|DNS poisoning||do loop|
|DNS rebinding||do not execute|
|DNS server||do nothing instruction|
|DNS Service Discovery||doc|
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