[dns-operations] DNSimple under attack?

Wayne MacLaurin wayne at maclaurin.ca
Fri Dec 12 01:18:36 UTC 2014

That’s a pretty typical “attack profile” … The victim either moves providers trying to escape the attack or the domain expires/deletes, gets picked up and the new owner suddenly finds themselves under attack too…

> On Dec 11, 2014, at 4:50 PM, Dnsbed (Jeff) <support at dnsbed.com> wrote:
> DNSMadeEasy, DNSimple, 1AND1 were under attacks these days.
> I heard DNSMadeEasy and DNSimple were attacked due to the same domain name hosted there.
> Livingood, Jason wrote:
>> Seems like a lot of DNS abuse happening this week. Surely there’s a wider story someplace?
>> Jason
> --
> Best Regards,
> DNSbed Hosting <http://www.dnsbed.com/>

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