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Pharming is another attack in which a user can be fooled into entering sensitive data into a spoofed web site. It is different than phishing in that the attacker does not have to rely on the user clicking a link in an e-mail. With pharming, even if the user correctly enters a URL (uniform resource locator) or web address into a browser s address bar, the attacker can still redirect the user to a malicious web site. When a user enters a URL say, www.google.com/index.html the browser needs to first figure out the IP address of the machine to which to connect. It extracts the domain name, www.google.com, from the URL, and sends the domain name to a domain name server (DNS). The DNS is responsible for translating the domain name to an IP address. The browser then connects to the IP address returned by the DNS and issues an HTTP request for index.html. In a pharming attack, an attacker interferes with the machine name to IP address translation for which the DNS is responsible. The attacker can do so by, for instance, compromising the DNS server, and coaxing it into returning the attacker s IP address instead of the legitimate one. If the user is browsing via HTTP, the attack can be unnoticeable to the user. However, if a user connects to a site using SSL, a pharming attack (in most cases) will result in a dialog box from the browser complaining that it was not able to authenticate the server due to a certificate mismatch. (We discuss certificates in Section 15.3.)
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PHARMING (A.K.A. DNS CACHE POISONING)
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While the term pharming was coined in March 2005 shortly after a significant attack, this type of attack has been known for years prior under the name DNS cache poisoning. However, due to the increasing use of the Internet to conduct financial transactions, DNS cache poisoning is no longer just a matter of academic interest criminals have turned to it for financial gain.
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A surprisingly large percentage of attacks take place with the cooperation of insiders. Insiders could be, for instance, employees at a corporation who abuse their privileges to carry out malicious deeds. Employees are sometimes trusted with access to databases with customer information and employee records, copies of financial reports, or confidential information concerning product launches. Such information can be abused in the obvious ways: employee data could be sold to headhunters, customer credit card numbers could be sold on the black market, financial reports could facilitate insider trading, and product launches could be leaked to the press. As such, it is sometimes important to defend a system against the very people that are responsible for using it on a daily basis. Database administrators, for example, have traditionally been given the keys to the entire kingdom, and have complete access to all employee and customer data stored in a database. System administrators similarly are given superuser access to all resources and data under the control of an operating system. Additional features are needed in both database and operating systems to provide for separation of privilege, the concept that an individual should only be given the privileges that he needs, without also being given unrestricted access to all data and resources in the system.
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Prior to the advent of pay-per-click advertising, the threat of click fraud never existed. Pay-perclick advertising is an Internet advertising model in which advertisers provide advertisements to search engines. Search engines work with web site publishers to insert advertisements not only on search result pages, but also on publisher s content pages. The idea is that the entire page of content on a publisher s site is considered a query for the search engine, and relevant ads are inserted on the publisher s web page. Advertisers pay the search engine whenever users click on those advertisements. Web site publishers typically receive a revenue share for clicks on ads that occur on their site. Advertisers usually set a maximum daily budget for their advertising campaigns so that their advertising costs do not go unbounded. Such a pay-per-click advertising system can be abused in several ways. We will describe two of them. In one type of click fraud, an advertiser will click a competitor s ad with the intention of maxing out their competitor s budget. Once their competitor s budget has been exhausted, their ads may exclusively be shown to legitimate users. Such an attack ends up wasting the competitor s financial resources, and allows the attacker to receive all the legitimate ad clicks that their competitor might have received. In another type of click fraud, a web site publisher will click on ads shown on their own web site in an attempt to receive the revenue share for those clicks. In some cases, the fraudulent publisher can hire a third-party firm or deploy malware to click on the ads.
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