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Google Android Operating System < 4.1.1 DNS Cache Poisoning Vulnerability



The remote device is affected by a DNS cache poisoning vulnerability.


The Google Android operating system prior to 4.1.1 is vulnerable to a DNS cache poisoning vulnerability that can be triggered when a stub resolver fails to acquire a port with its own DNS port implementation and resorts to the res_randomid() function of res_init.c to obtain it. The predictability of the port may make it easier for a remote attacker to poison the DNS cache of a target user.


Upgrade to Google Android operating system version 4.1.1 or later.