[dns-operations] DNSResolvers.com will be shutdown

Feng He fenghe at nsbeta.info
Fri Jun 28 13:07:30 UTC 2013


They are against some special domains.
There are lots of Pirated games providers in this country, they earn a lot, but they are easy to be attacked by people in the same industry. When the websites can't be hacked, they turn to DDoS the DNS.
I have tried RRL on my server ns3, but got not continued, since I found the huge traffic of attack is nothing related to the software but to the hardware and bandwidth of IDC's.


28.06.2013, 20:59, "Vernon Schryver" <vjs at rhyolite.com>:
>>  From: Feng He <fenghe at nsbeta.info>
>>>  http://blog.easydns.org/2013/06/27/dnsresolvers-open-resolvers-will-be-shut-down/
>>>  The DNSResolvers.com free and open public resolvers will be shut down,
>>  Sorry to hear that but we have met the same DDoS problem days ago so we
>>  have to stop the free DNS hosting.
> Just for my curiosity and not to suggest changing any plans,
> were those attacks intended to hurt the open resolvers themselves
> or were they reflection attacks?
> In either case, was RRL tried?
> Vernon Schryver    vjs at rhyolite.com
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