The Domain Name System (DNS) was designed in the 1980s when Internet access was restricted to government agencies, scientists, and the military. The system’s early architects were concerned about reliability and functionality, not security. As a result, DNS servers have always been vulnerable to a broad spectrum of attacks, including spoofing, amplification, and denial-of-service. Read theNET.
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