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DNS rebinding is a Domain Name System-based attack on the codes embedded in a webpage. Through DNS rebinding, an attacker can compromise unpatched internal systems, exfiltrate sensitive data and circumvent firewalls to spider corporate intranets. It is for this reason that you need to understand what a DNS rebinding is, how it works and how…

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