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To clear the DNS cache on Windows 10, open the Run dialog box, type in ipconfig /flushdns, and click OK. You can also use the same command in the Windows command prompt if you want more information on the process. DNS cache poisoning, also known as DNS spoofing, is when someone deliberately enters false or incorrect information into a DNS cache.What is the command to flush DNS cache?
The flushdns command removes locally cached copies of the DNS resolver and forces Windows to request a new record from the DNS server. On a PowerShell prompt, you can display and flush DNS with Get-DnsClientCache and Clear-DnsClientCache commands, respectively.Why is it important to flush and clear your Windows DNS cache?
Flushing the DNS cache makes sure cache information is up to date. 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.How do I flush my DNS in command prompt?
Click the Start button, type “powershell” into the search bar in the Start menu, and hit Enter. With either Command Prompt or Windows PowerShell opened, type ipconfig /flushdns, and hit Enter. If the DNS cache was flushed, you should see the “Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache” message. You can now close the window.