Jun 03, 2020

The Windows DNS Server is an essential part of the Windows Domain environment and runs the DNS queries on Windows Server. The vulnerability dubbed SIGRed (CVE-2020-1350) is wormable and it receives a CVSS base score 10/10, and it can be triggered by an attacker with malicious DNS response. SIGRed (CVE-2020-1350) Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability net stop dns && net start dns. After the workaround is implemented, a Windows DNS server will be unable to resolve DNS names for its clients if the DNS response from the upstream server is … How To Setup And Configure DNS In Windows Server 2016

Technitium DNS Server | An Open Source Tool For Privacy

Display DNS cache on Windows It is possible on Windows to display the DNS cache from the command line. This can be useful for diagnosing DNS issues where an invalid or out of date DNS record might be cached. This post looks at how to displayed cached DNS records on Windows, and a post from Wednesday looked at how to flush the DNS cache on Windows. Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Jul 14, 2020

Microsoft Patches Wormable 17-Year-old Windows DNS Server Flaw

Microsoft Warns of a 17-Year-Old ‘Wormable’ Bug | WIRED Windows DNS runs on the DNS servers of practically every small and medium-sized organization around the world. The bug, Check Point says, has existed in that software for a remarkable 17 years. Windows 10 gets DNS over HTTPS support, how to test May 13, 2020 Microsoft patches critical 17-year-old DNS bug in Windows Jul 15, 2020