I know what it does, but i don't know why. What attack(s) does it prevent ? Is it relevant for all kind of authentication methods ? (hostbased, password, publickey, keyboard-interactive ...)
Some domain gets DNS cache poisoning if dnsmasq is the nameserver. But the problem is gone if switch to BIND (named). Is there a easy configuration of dnsmasq so that DNS cache poisoning can be ...
I'm using Fedora for desktop use and I: yum -y install caching-nameserver service named restart chkconfig --level 5 named on on it, and set the nameserver to 127.0.0.1. If I: dig google.com | grep ...