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The Internet’s Phone Book Is Broken

And hackers are having a field day

Illustration: Yoshi Sodeoka

BBack in January, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, a division of Homeland Security, issued its first emergency directive requiring federal civilian agencies to secure themselves against a global hacking campaign targeting the Domain Name System (DNS) that security firm FireEye claims with “moderate confidence” was sponsored

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Tyler Elliot Bettilyon

Tyler Elliot Bettilyon

A curious human on a quest to watch the world learn. I teach computer programming and write about software’s overlap with society and politics. www.tebs-lab.com

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