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Security toolbars are used to protect naive users against phishing attacks by displaying warnings on suspicious sites. Recently, web browsers have added built-in phishing filters mimicking the same functionality to detect phishing sites. The present study proposes a new attack to bypass security toolbars and phishing filters via DNS poisoning. Spoofed DNS cache entries are used to forge the results provided to security toolbars and thus misleading information is displayed to the victim.doi:10.1109/glocom.2008.ecp.386 dblp:conf/globecom/Abu-NimehN08 fatcat:75ufgz3y2zhmlomskb6yvido6i