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“Flushing” the DNS cache means clearing the database of websites’ IP addresses the user visited. It is safe to flush the DNS cache. However, there is no need to refresh DNS without a reason for this. You should flush DNS in the following cases: When the DNS settings have been changed and the page does not load.How to flush your DNS cache?
To flush your local DNS cache in Windows follow these easy steps: In the Command Prompt type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter. Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator; It is advisable to clear up your browser’s cache as well.Why flush DNS cache?
Flushing the DNS cache prevents network security threats, malicious attacks, and DNS cache poisoning from happening. Hackers can access and corrupt your saved DNS cache records. For example, they could manipulate and change the IP address associated with a Domain Name of a website you have already visited and map it to a malicious one.