Rogue DNS (was Re: Re: [ga] Press Release Warns Internet Users)about ICANN
The SOA is from 22.214.171.124 which I got from the ORSC root zone file,
not from our private conversation.
are you telling me the information below is not correct?
; IOdesigns TLD
WEB. 172000 NS NS.NIC.WEB.
NS.NIC.WEB. 172000 A 126.96.36.199
WEB. 172000 NS NS2.NIC.WEB.
NS2.NIC.WEB. 172000 A 188.8.131.52
WEB. 172000 NS NS1.VRX.NET.
WEB. 172000 TXT "firstname.lastname@example.org Jul96"
> > I note ths SOA for his .web zone is 1999062503 meaning it hasn't been
> > updated since over a year ago.
> On the server I gave you, that's sort-of correct - the SOA itself hasn't
> been updated because we're testing zone operations software on it,
> and the SOA isn't relevant right now. That's the serial number for the
> zone we took, modified, and are playing with. Like I mentioned, I
> gave you access to a hacking zone until we roll out the dynamic
> zone system (v4) after Yokohama. It's got a few nice surprises that
> we want to unveil after the meeting :-)
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