Researchers Discover Major Vulnerability in DNS-as-a-Service Provider PlatformsResearchers Discover Major Vulnerability in DNS-as-a-Service Provider Platforms
An attacker could obtain sensitive internal network information from thousands of organizations merely by taking the simple step of registering as their DNS service provider's nameserver: and yes, a security hole lets you do that unchecked in some cloud services. The Dark Reading News Desk interviews researchers who discovered the flaw.
August 11, 2021
The Dark Reading News Desk spoke with Shir Tamari, head of research at Wiz.io, and Ami Luttwak, co-founder and chief technology officer at Wiz.io, about a novel class of DNS vulnerabilities they presented at this year's Black Hat USA.
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