ESET latest version flagged a red warning:

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  1. Mozzie

    Mozzie Registered Member

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    ESET flagged a red warning: Detected DNS Cach poisoning attack with the Remote IP address which is my service providers. How am I to deal with this? does anyone know what needs to be done?
     
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    This can happen, for instance, with certain routers when the computer attempts to resolve multiple DNS names at a time and the replies are received in different UDP connections. If you have a chance to make a test with a different router, please do so and let us know about the result.
     
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    Hello and thank you for your respones.

    For some reason the message has stopped after booting up the computer the next day. I have read the article and if it happens again I shall follow the instruction. Re secondary router - sorry I haven't got one.
     
    Last edited: May 6, 2012
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