NEVERMIND! (was: Seeking Google reverse DNS delegation
Ronald F. Guilmette
rfg at tristatelogic.com
Tue Nov 15 05:35:37 UTC 2016
In message <7077df16-64ae-822d-8ce0-ba44129e2f86 at gmx.com>,
Large Hadron Collider <large.hadron.collider at gmx.com> wrote:
>> And that includes the bogus info you put into your WHOIS records too!
>> Seriously, I give you credit for at least picking out a valid random
>> street address, somewhere in fly-over country, but if you're going to
>> go to all the trouble to pick yourself out a domain name, set it all
>> up and then somehow snooker ARIN into delegating an entire /21's worth
>> of reverse DNS to it, then my god, at least pick out something that has
>> an air of believability to it, you know, like austin4u.net or texnets.net
>> or something... not saversagreeable.com which is so totally and transparently
>What if it was originally going to be a forum site for couponers who
>aren't arrogant about it, and then they got sidetracked?
Yea. Right. And I'm sure they thought that they were gonna need an
entire /21 to host one web site.
The smell from this is so bad it almost defies description.
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