[dns-operations] weird queries for mx1.mx2.mx1.mx2...
johnl at taugh.com
Tue Mar 31 20:38:09 UTC 2020
In article <20200331092538.GY41308 at straasha.imrryr.org> you write:
>> mx1.mx1.mx2.mx2.mx2.mx1.mx2.mx1.mta-sts.mx2.mx1.mx1.mx2.mx2.mx2.mx1.mx2.maxonsoftware.com. A
>> mx2.mx1.mx2.mx1.mx1.mx2.mta-sts.mx1.mx2.mx2.mx1.mx2.mx1.mx2.cineversityoneonone.net. A
>> mx2.mx1.mx1.mx1.mx2.mx2.mx2.mta-sts.mx1.mx2.mx1.mx1.mta-sts.mx2.mx2.mx2.effluentialtechnologies.net. A
>The DNS for these domains is busted, the servers return NoError
>responses, no answer, authority or additional records other than OPT...
Try asking for A records for *.cineversityoneonone.net and you'll get one, that
points to a live web server.
They're wildcarded and point it returns a page that says deletion is
pending for any URL, including
It looks like someone's mta-sts checker does not deal well with a big
It's clearly a bug, not malicious but I do wonder who it is.
Perhaps I can set up a broken domain like that and see who comes visiting.
John Levine, johnl at taugh.com, Primary Perpetrator of "The Internet for Dummies",
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