AT&T iPhones exposed to DNS cache poisioning? Or not?

AT&T iPhones exposed to DNS cache poisioning? Or not?

Summary: Here's a photo of my iPhone after running Dan Kaminsky's Doxpara DNS Checker tool a few minutes ago:I ran the same test at the DNS-OARC's DNS checker and got this:  209.183.

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Here's a photo of my iPhone after running Dan Kaminsky's Doxpara DNS Checker tool a few minutes ago:

AT&T iPhones exposed to DNS cache poisioning?

I ran the same test at the DNS-OARC's DNS checker and got this:  209.183.33.23 (schinetdns.mycingular.net) appears to have GREAT source port randomness and GREAT transcation ID randomness.

Strange.

Topics: Browser, Networking, AT&T

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  • Try running his program with your computer

    It's six of one and a half a dozen of the other.
    BALTHOR
    • Correct Saying

      Six to one, Half Dozen to the other. As in odds in Gambling. :-)
      JustAnAboveAverageJoe
      • Sorry AboveAverageJoe BALTHOR was right

        The saying 'Six of one, half dozen of the other' means that they are both the same.

        ie 6=12/2

        Simple really.

        I have no idea what your version means.
        iTeaBoy
  • Hmm...funny last line

    "Note: Comcast Users should not worry." ??? Why not? I dont believe they ever have taken a vested intrest in their customers (and their needs) in the past, i'll stick with OpenDNS. Thanks.
    JT82