[dns-operations] Looping wildcard CNAMEs can be an obstacle for DANE, (googledomains.com-hosted example)
johnl at taugh.com
Mon May 7 14:41:12 UTC 2018
In article <9DBC36E2-C2A9-4F15-8366-C369D3A48D4C at dukhovni.org> you write:
>>> *.frasier.family. IN CNAME \@
>So far, googledomains.com is lucky in that regard. A second newly found
>domain with the same potential issue also does not appear to accept email:
It has the same odd broken CNAME:
;; ANSWER SECTION:
*.christianfreear.com. 3596 IN CNAME \@.christianfreear.com.
Seems to me a more interesting question is why people are putting that
particular broken CNAME into their DNS.
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