tips us to news that Canadian ISP Rogers Cable appears to be redirecting invalid DNS requests
to their own search and advertising page. Roadrunner got caught doing the same thing earlier this year
. According to the article, "The hijacking appears to be an attempt by Rogers to use its Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology to cash in on the mistakes of its users." Freshly Exhumed also reminds us, "As IOActive security researcher Dan Kaminsky has warned in the past
, this presents a very serious security problem."