DNS Amplification Attacks

Todd Vierling tv at duh.org
Mon Mar 20 22:39:55 UTC 2006

On Mon, 20 Mar 2006, Peter Dambier wrote:

> How about alternative roots? ICANN does censor "XN--55QX5D.", "XN--FIQS8S."
> and "XN--IO0A7I." already. You must use alternative roots to exchange emails
> with people living in those domains.

Stop with the bull$**+ (self-censored), trying to recast the "censorship"
light on the issue of alternate roots.  ICANN is censoring nothing; it's
"alternative" roots that are taking it upon themselves not to go through a
standardization process by creating nonstandard naming trees.

I encourage you to look up the English definition of "censor" sometime.

-- Todd Vierling <tv at duh.org> <tv at pobox.com> <todd at vierling.name>

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