Interesting new dns failures
admin at digibase.ca
Thu May 24 07:34:09 UTC 2007
On Thursday 24 May 2007 03:13, Suresh Ramasubramanian wrote:
> On 5/24/07, David Ulevitch <davidu at everydns.net> wrote:
> > Again, good idea, but doesn't belong in the core. If I register a
> > domain, it should be live immediately, not after some 5 day waiting
> > period. On the same token, if you want to track new domains and not
> > accept any email from me until my domain is 5 days old, go for it. Your
> > prerogative.
> Well then - all you need is to have some way to convince registrars
> take down scammer domains fast.
> Some of them do. Others dont know (several in asia) or are aware and
> dont care - theres some in russia, some stateside that mostly kite
> domains but dont mind registering a ton of blog and email spammer
Very true - If this is going to work, it's goign to have to be on a global
scale, Not just one country of registrars can be made to correct the problem
as people who maliciously register domains will just do what the spyware
companies do, go to a country that doesn't care and do business there.
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