The Fox-IT International Blog recently published an article on how IPv4 networks can be compromised via IPv6. The attack vector relies on the default IPv6 configuration in the Windows operating system to spoof DNS replies by acting as a malicious DNS server to redirect traffic to an attacker-specified endpoint. The Windows Proxy Auto Discovery (WPAD) feature […]
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