DNS Changer items

Andrew Fried andrew.fried at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 17:54:43 CDT 2012


The subnets will probably be held until the conclusion of the criminal
trials.  After that, the addresses may be held back from assignment for
a while (e.g. a year), but eventually they'll get reassigned.

Andrew Fried
andrew.fried at gmail.com


On 7/6/12 4:45 PM, Roy wrote:
> On 7/6/2012 1:15 PM, Andrew Fried wrote:
>> Cameron,
>>
>> That idea had been brought up.  Also discussed was short durations of
>> random blackouts of dns resolution to impress upon the infected users
>> that they needed to take action.  Unfortunately, taking either of those
>> actions would have exceeded the authorization of the court order.
>>
>> We're coming up with a pretty detailed list of "lesson's learned" from
>> this operation and being able to implement ideas like yours will
>> hopefully be considered in advance "next time".
>>
>> Andy
>>
>> Andrew Fried
>> andrew.fried at gmail.com
>>
>>
> 
> 
> Doesn't the court order expire as of Monday?  What happens to those IP
> ranges then?
> 
> 
> 




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