Team Madleets Hacks Google’s Malaysian Site

Team Madleets Hacks Google’s Malaysian Site

In recent months, we have seen a number of DNS poison attacks. These attacks typically involve meddling with the DNS of a given site so that it is redirected by the hackers to a different page. A similar attack has now been used to hack and redirect Google’s Malaysian site.

By On October 11, 2013 Respond
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Hacker Redirects Syrian Telecom Site To AT&T, T-Mobile

Hacker Redirects Syrian Telecom Site To AT&T, T-Mobile

We have recently seen many instances where hackers were successfully able to redirect users visiting popular sites to other pages. Syrian Electronic Army has deployed this tactic towards New York Times in recent days. On Wednesday, a hacker was able to redirect the site of a Syrian telecom provider to that of AT&T and then T-Mobile.

By On August 29, 2013 Respond
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Critical Vulnerability Found In BIND DNS Software [Deatils & How-To Stay Safe Tips]

Critical Vulnerability Found In BIND DNS Software [Deatils & How-To Stay Safe Tips]

It came as a shock. The most widely used DNS software BIND contain a critical security flaw, which could easily lead to denial-of-service attack. Read details inside and how you could protect yourself.

By On March 31, 2013 Respond
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CloudFlare Went Down For An Hour With 785,000 Websites It Serves

CloudFlare Went Down For An Hour With 785,000 Websites It Serves

Popular DNS service provider CouldFlare went down today due to an issue with Flowspec protocol rule update in their edge Juniper router. Which took their whole system down for about an hour and almost all of their 785,000 customer (Including 4chan, Wikileaks, Metallica.com & our TheTechJournal) went down with it. CloudFlare tried to act quick, now everything is operational. CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince explained the whole thing, keep reading to understand more about this issue.

By On March 4, 2013 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Find Faster DNS Server – Windows

[Tutorial] How To Find Faster DNS Server – Windows

For those users that don’t know DNS servers are used by your internet connection to make the correspondence between a domain name and the corresponding IP address. DNS servers used by Internet service providers are not the fastest. Some services like Google Public DNS or OpenDNS put at your disposal free DNS very swift. You can speed up your Internet browsing using these DNS servers rather than your Internet service provider and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On October 17, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

There are many US online video services that block access to their web site based on your IP, so you are not able to watch videos on their web site if you are not from US or Canada. Some of those web sites are Netflix or Hulu and if you really want to have access to those web site, you have to follow this tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to access them using free online service called Tunlr.

By On July 18, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Speed Your Web Browser By Changing Your DNS

[Tutorial] How To Speed Your Web Browser By Changing Your DNS

A lot of people use the default DNS settings which they got from their ISP’s which are in most cases sufficient for most purposes but there are plenty of free options out there that you can use, e.g. Google DNS. Using a free tool called Namebench you can check and see whether your current DNS settings are optimized, and if they are not, you can choose the best free options offered by Namebench. Read this tutorial to find out which options you need to adjust and how to start this free tool.

By On April 27, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Add Google Public DNS In Windows 7 – Speed Up Web Browsing

[Tutorial] How To Add Google Public DNS In Windows 7 – Speed Up Web Browsing

In one of my previous how to tutorial I showed you how you can speed up your Mozilla Firefox while surfing online. However, that is not the only way, and there plenty other ways to boost your web browsing speed and in this tutorial I will show you how to use Google Public DNS on your Windows computer which will as final result a slight speed up. The good thing about this, is that you won’t need to make any changes to your browser and these changes will automatically apply to any browser whether you are using Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari or Internet Explorer

By On March 18, 2012 Respond
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