Download FileHakin9_03_2012.pdf Please login or Register to access downloadables Download Cache Poisoning by Jesus Rivero Computers that are able to communicate with each other, do so by means of a network protocol, generally TCP over IP, or just TCP/IP. The IP protocol establishes that every node in the network must have, at least, one IP address for other machines to know where to send data to, when trying to communicate with each other. IP addresses, version 4, are 32 bit numbers, formed by octets in a dot-like notation, e.g. 192.168.0.1. These addresses are not that hard to remember, one might say, but as the number of IP address to remember goes up, it becomes more and more difficult to keep track of that amount of bits. Just imagine if you had to remember, only using IP addresses, all of the sites you visit regularly, say google.com, facebook.com, slashdot.org, hakin9.org, meetup.com....
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