Cache

In computing,  a cache is a temporary storage that is used to speed up future requests. For example, a browser cache stores contents of websites, so they can be displayed faster the next time the user visits them. For information about DNS cache poisoning, have a look at the blog post, DNS Hijacks: What to Look For.

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