helpme0k Posted January 18, 2009 Share Posted January 18, 2009 I recently became interested in trying to understand the new technology that phishing groups are using called Fast-Flux. I would like to understand the difference between DNS A and DNS NS. It is in relation to this article and specifically this page: http://www.honeynet.org/node/138 So, do I understand correctly that the DNS A address is what is returned by a .COM top level domain DNS server which says who example.com is registered to and then that server looks up the NS is used for the site where your info is hosted? Please don't flame me. I have already read the article twice and the page about DNS on wikipedia. Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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