List of CDNs?

Michael Collins, Aleae mcollins at
Fri Nov 15 15:06:24 UTC 2013

I'll second that; CDNs are a constant pain for me when I'm doing address
lookups.  A list of them would make life a lot easier for a bunch of
different investigative processes. 

If there isn't one right now, I think I could get off my tuchas and
start maintaining one if anyone's interested in pitching in.

On 11/14/13 5:19 PM, Andrew Fried wrote:
> Actually, a list of CDNs would be very handy.  I harvest botnets and
> fast flux hosts out of passive dns, and some of the heuristics used to
> identify them are similar to what CDNs look like.
> Having a decent list of CDN effective top level domains alone would be
> useful for redacting those hosts.
> Andy
> Andrew Fried
> andrew.fried at
> On 11/14/13, 5:11 PM, Patrick W. Gilmore wrote:
>> List of CDNs would be difficult, but not impossible. Although they do different things, so a simple list is unlikely to be as useful as it looks. 
>> A lost of CDN "DC nodes" is not possible. Why do you care about such a thing anyway?

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