A pair of studies found that 40% of U.S. government agencies have yet to deploy a mandatory security protocol designed to protect their Web traffic from being hijacked and diverted. Since 2010, federal websites have been required to support DNS Security Extensions, which protect against the so-called Kaminsky vulnerability, but sites for government entities such as the Defense Department and the Central Intelligence Agency are out of compliance with the rules.

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