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Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 20:53:55 +0200
From: Pieter de Boer <>
To: Larry Seltzer <>
Subject: Re: Gone?

Larry Seltzer wrote:
>>> resolves to, has someone taken it offline?
> No, I'm still getting to the site. I don't suppose,
> and a lot of other security domains also resolve to
> for you, do they? 
I've seen disappear the same way Michael is describing. 
The next moment, DNS info was alright again. This was on a 
non-malware-infected *nix box, using 'host', using my ADSL-router's 
resolver which uses my ISPs DNS-servers.

When I query *, the .com nameservers, I'm seeing 
auth{1-3}; not dns(2) as 
Michael's seeing.

Don't have a dig trace to show where false information was coming from, 


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