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Nov. 22, 2022, 1:26 p.m. | Madalina Popovici

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DNS scavenging is the process of removing stale DNS records, usually used together with DNS aging in order to free up space and improve system performance. In cybersecurity, in particular, DNS scavenging can help prevent DNS cache poisoning attacks and even reduce the chances of DNS servers being used in DDoS attacks. In this article […]

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