What does DNS Spoofing stand for?
What does “DNS Spoofing” refer to?
DNS Spoofing, commonly referred to as DNS cache poisoning, is a cyberattack and phishing. Instead of directing you to the page you wanted to visit, it leverages the DNS servers to give your web browser the incorrect IP address. Due to this, DNS inquiries frequently return false positives, directing visitors away from safe websites and toward risky ones designed to steal personal information or distribute malware.