seed resolvers? Re: panix.com hijacked (VeriSign refuses to help)
swm at emanon.com
Sun Jan 16 14:00:46 UTC 2005
As much as it pains me to say, I'm sure there is a little difference when it
comes to some of the big domains.
1. It doesn't take any rocket scientist to sit back and say "Ummmm... I
really don't think this is a legit move" without a lot of thinking!
2. If a lawyer for AOL or MS or some really big company sent a letter
saying something about if you don't change this back in the next 30 seconds
or we will destroy your company, it would be more believable!
Unfortunately, size does matter. :)
From: owner-nanog at merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog at merit.edu] On Behalf Of
Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2005 6:28 AM
To: nanog at merit.edu
Subject: seed resolvers? Re: panix.com hijacked (VeriSign refuses to help)
Thus wrote Alexei Roudnev (alex at relcom.net):
> What happen if someone stole 'aol.com'domain tomorrow? Or
> How much damage will be done until this sleeping behemots wake up, set
> up a meeting (in Tuesday I believe - because Monday is a holiday),
> make any decision, open a toicket, pass thru change control and
> restore domain? 5 days?
I remember that in a similar case in .de several larger ISPs put the
previous ('correct') zone on their resolvers. Would
a) people here feel that is an appropriate measure for this case
b) do it on their resolvers
c) the panix.com people want that to happen in the first place?
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