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In 2008, security researcher Dan Kaminsky highlighted a long-standing bug that could allow attackers to
compromise the integrity of the Domain Name System with relative ease. In this session, Paul Roberts will
explain the bug and why it is still prevalent 2 years later. He will then introduce the DNS Security Extensions,
which can be used to mitigate the problem, and discuss ways of monitoring the DNS environment to help
identify potential attacks.
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