Detected DNS cache poisioning attack

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by dabanf, Apr 11, 2009.

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  1. dabanf

    dabanf Registered Member

    Sep 29, 2007
    Hi have started using wifi on my laptop and lone behold getting some weird entries in my "personal firewall log".

    Basically have identified that the "source" of the DNS or ARP is coming from my ip address!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Is there a setting in Eset SS that i need to setup to prevent this.

    The attack is not being listed under "detected threats" but this morning i couldn't get online as my modem was kicking up a network error message stating "...DNSSpoofed&URL....."

    What's the best way to deal with this bearing in mind i will continue to use wifi.

  2. elapsed

    elapsed Registered Member

    Apr 5, 2004
    Please make sure you're updated to 4.0.417.0
  3. DarrenDavisLeeSome

    DarrenDavisLeeSome Registered Member

    Mar 23, 2009
    Riverside, CA U.S.A
    I've had the ARP/DNS Cache Poisoning Attacks detections ever since ESS 3.0.674 (?) that were coming from my router whenever I went to a secure log-on server primarily. Occasionally, I would get them from my ISP's DNS or from using their Chat Tech Support(https). Still getting these attacks with ESS 4.0.314~417.

    Have you been doing the whois check bit with the IP address(es) to find out where these attacks are coming from?

    Here's a link to check out those attack IP origins:
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