A Few Tips:
Introduction: How often have you tried to access a site only to get redirected to another page or even a completely different domain?
This happens because your computer has the wrong IP address assigned to it. If you don’t change it, you won’t be able to connect to the website anymore.
The Internet was designed to allow anyone to publish information freely. Unfortunately, this openness also makes it vulnerable to attacks from hackers who want to steal data or disrupt services. One way they do this is through DNS security bypasses.
DNS stands for Domain Name System. It allows computers to communicate using names instead of numbers (IP addresses).
When you type a web address into your browser, your computer sends a request to the DNS server asking for the IP address of the website you want to visit. The proper IP address is then returned by the DNS server.
DNS Security Bypass in Google Chrome:
Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google Inc… It was released on September 15, 2008. It is based on Chromium and uses Blink as its rendering engine.
It is free software distributed under GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2). It supports extensions via the Web Store. It is currently the world’s second-most popular web browser after Internet Explorer.
DNS Security Bypass:
The (DNS) is a hierarchical naming system for computers, services, and other resources that are linked to the internet or a private network.
It connects various pieces of information to domain names issued to each of the involved businesses. A computer running a client program such as Microsoft Windows or macOS operating systems uses the DNS to translate hostnames into IP addresses.
DNS Security Bypass In Google Chrome:
This vulnerability exists due to the fact that Google Chrome does not properly validate the security certificate of certain websites.
When a user visits a website with a self-signed certificate, they may notice that their connection times out before reaching the intended destination.
Disable DNS Cache:
You should see a list of DNS servers. If you have any DNS server listed, right-click on it and select “Disable”.
Clear Cookies & History:
Check the box next to “Cookies and site data” and clear out any cookies and history.
Reset Your Search Engine
Change Your Default Browser:
You may want to change your default browser to something else. Open the file manager (File Explorer) and navigate to C:\Users\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions. Delete the extension folder. Then restart your computer and open Chrome again.
Remove extensions that you don’t need. 6. Update Your Software.
Update your software:
Make sure you have the latest version of Windows 10, Chrome, and Firefox.
Clean Up Your Computer:
Clean up your computer. Run CCleaner and make sure everything is clean.
A Few Tips:
HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) is a security feature introduced by browsers to prevent cross-site request forgery attacks.
In short, it prevents malicious websites from making requests to your site using HTTP instead of HTTPS.
NoScript is a browser extension that blocks scripts and active content from running on web pages. To use it, click the green lock icon () in the address bar and select “Allow” from the dropdown menu.
Check for updates:
Google Chrome automatically checks for updates once per day.
Clearing the cache helps improve performance by removing temporary files created by previous browsing sessions.
You should always keep your extensions updated. If you don’t have time to do it yourself, you can download the latest version from the official website.
Remove unused plugins:
Unused plugins slow down your computer. Click Manage Extensions and then click Uninstall.