DNSpooq bugs let attackers hijack DNS

cryogent

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Israel-based security consultancy firm JSOF disclosed today seven Dnsmasq vulnerabilities, collectively known as DNSpooq, that can be exploited to launch DNS cache poisoning and remote code execution against millions of affected devices.

Dnsmasq is a popular and open-source Domain Name System (DNS) forwarding software that adds DNS caching and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server capabilities to networking equipment it runs on.

The full number or the name of all companies that use Dnsmasq versions vulnerable to DNSpooq attacks on their devices is not yet known.
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Official Advisories, Notices, Patches, or Updates:

Below is a list of DNSPooq/dnsmasq advisories released by different vendors. The CERT Coordination Center is also maintaining a list of advisories shared with them.

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