the Intercage mess

Paul Ferguson fergdawgster at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 00:41:07 CDT 2008


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On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 9:50 PM, Paul Ferguson <fergdawgster at gmail.com>
wrote:

>
> Why is Intercage hosting Cernel.net?
>
> cernel.net -A-> 69.50.176.227
>
> AS      | IP               | AS Name
> 27595   | 69.50.176.227    | INTERCAGE - InterCage, Inc.
>
> I guess this was just a mistake, right?
>
> Oh, and of course, Cernel.net was registered with... wait for it...
> Estdoamins.
>
> And this was very recent.
>
> Go figure.
>

A bit more:

A glance at DNS relationships between Intercage, Cernel, and Rove Digital
are apparent when digging around on DNS dependencies -- lookup cernel.net
at the BFK DNSLogger:

http://www.bfk.de/bfk_dnslogger.html

ns2.protectdetails.com	 A 	69.50.176.229
ns1.esthost.com	 A 	69.50.176.229
ens1.esthost.com	 A 	69.50.176.229
ns2.esthost.com	 A 	69.50.176.229
ns2.cernel.net	 A 	69.50.176.229

AS      | IP               | AS Name
27595   | 69.50.176.229    | INTERCAGE - InterCage, Inc.

- - ferg

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