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DNS

 (DNSc) Doctor of Nursing Science.

DNS

Abbreviation for Director of Nursing Service(s).

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Abbreviation for dansyl.

DNS

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DNS

Abbrev. for Director of Nursing Services.
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Wang, "Kalman filter based DNS cache poisoning attack detection," in Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE '15), pp.
In more detail, our approach tries to reduce latency associated with WAN by exploiting HTTP persistent connections with web servers and by maintaining DNS cache inside the TwoB proxy server.
This paper studies the impact of the flooding DNS query traffic on the DNS cache server by modelling the DNS query resolution service.
Given that the cache mechanism is widely employed in the DNS nowadays, we have no knowledge about how the DNS cache impacts the DNS query distribution.
By delivering throughput of 125,000 queries per second with consistently low query latency and a unique cache poisoning defense architecture, Secure64 DNS Cache offers customers a high-performance, highly secure caching solution that makes economic sense."
According to Johnson, most Web sites are vulnerable to DNS cache poisoning attacks, due to the prevalence on the Internet of DNS servers that can be exploited.
It will cost you anywhere from $495 up to $7,495 for larger-size lists, private lists, a high-performance mail-sending engine (DNS cache, more simultaneous sends) and so forth.
The recent hacking of the Etisalat website where the operator's Domain Name System (DNS) was compromised by a DNS Cache poisoning exploit goes to show that even high profile organisations are vulnerable to today's sophisticated cyber-attacks.
DDoS, DNS cache poisoning, phishing, website malware, critical infrastructure/SCADA
As an example, Heigh Speed can edit a few registry keys to increase the DNS cache, thereby allowing DNS information to be cached on the user's computer.
DNS cache poisoning is a technique that tricks a DNS server into believing it has received authentic information when, in reality, it has not.
The end product of DNS cache poisoning is the replacement of