[dns-operations] .COM and root authority claims seen in ISC SIE just now
wessels at packet-pushers.com
Mon Nov 19 19:27:51 UTC 2007
On Sun, 18 Nov 2007, Paul Vixie said:
> then there's a bunch of stuff that i just don't know what it means (yet). you
> can run it but you can no longer hide it (nyeck nyeck):
> 1195394884 ns . IN NS 259200,ns4.dnsauthority.com 259200,ns5.dnsauthority.com 126.96.36.199
> 1195394885 ns . IN NS 3600,cpns01.secureserver.net 3600,cpns02.secureserver.net 188.8.131.52
I think we've talked about this before, although maybe not here.
I'm sure that most of these (and the the claim-to-be-authoritative-for-com
ones) are due to lazy foks with more domains than clue. They can't
be bothered to make a separate zone (file) for each domain they
have, so it all goes into one big root-zone-of-lies.
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