[dns-operations] cache flush request - craigslist.org
bortzmeyer at nic.fr
Tue Nov 25 08:45:54 UTC 2014
On Sun, Nov 23, 2014 at 07:38:40PM -0800,
Brad Volz <bradv at curmudgeon.net> wrote
a message of 60 lines which said:
> The craigslist account at one of our registrars was compromised and
> the NS records migrated away from their rightful home. That issue
> has since been corrected, but the various caches around the Internet
> are still holding the old data.
As of now (Tue Nov 25 08:42:44 UTC), we still see the wrong NS records
from several places:
A Neustar open resolver:
% dig @22.214.171.124 NS craigslist.org
;; ANSWER SECTION:
craigslist.org. 110317 IN NS ns01.000webhost.com.
craigslist.org. 110317 IN NS ns02.000webhost.com.
A Symantec open resolver:
% dig @126.96.36.199 NS craigslist.org
craigslist.org. 110168 IN NS ns01.000webhost.com.
craigslist.org. 110168 IN NS ns02.000webhost.com.
And several organisations like Florida International University.
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