[dns-operations] Hijacking of Google Public DNS in Turkey documented

Alexander Neilson alexander at neilson.net.nz
Sun Mar 30 20:13:29 UTC 2014


Have you done a lookup on public IP Address of those two nodes?

Or any analysis of this variance? Using over the border internet? tunnelling?

Regards
Alexander

Alexander Neilson
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On 31/03/2014, at 3:57 am, Stephane Bortzmeyer <bortzmeyer at nic.fr> wrote:

>> http://www.bortzmeyer.org/dns-routing-hijack-turkey.html
> 
> Here is the result of a lookup of whoami.akamai.net from the ten
> turkish RIPE Atlas probes:
> 
> [74.125.18.80] : 2 occurrences
> [195.175.255.66] : 8 occurrences
> 
> 74.125.18.80 is Google, 195.175.255.66 Turkish Telecom. So, no, Google
> Public DNS is not proxied but replaced by an impostor which is a full
> recursor.
> 
> [All measurements show that 2 Atlas probes in Turkey do not see the
> hijacking (the first two in the output above). I don't know why these
> two are spared.]

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