Nxdomain redirect revenue
William Allen Simpson
william.allen.simpson at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 17:11:32 UTC 2011
>> On 9/26/11 4:29 AM, Florian Weimer wrote:
>> Is this with strict NXDOMAIN rewriting, or were existing names
>> redirected as well? (AFAIK, most platforms do the latter, hijacking
>> bfk.de, for example.)
> Has anybody tried bringing a criminal complaint for interference with computer (network) data?
> Certainly, hijacking google.com NS records to JOMAX.NET would be a criminal interference. After all, that's all DNSsec signed now, isn't it?
> Arguably, substituting a false reply for NXDOMAIN would be, too.
> It's time to find a champion to lead the charge. Maybe Google?
On 9/27/11 12:34 PM, Schiller, Heather A top posted:
> Paxfire gets sued:
> Paxfire files counter suit:
Thanks, Heather, I didn't know/remember about the civil suit. Good start.
But I'm talking about criminal. They're different.
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