Re: Verisign does hijack 'country' domains !!!
Am 2003-09-28 14:30:45, schrieb Frans Pop:
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>If I try the domain you entered, I get "Welcome to Wendy!".
>I have also tried most other examples you have given of problems and never yet
>been redirected to Verisign.
>Obviously there is something very wrong with your browser or DNS(-server)
There are noch changes for month exept security updats. and this was
for around 3 weeks. So there is nothing wrong with the local Network
or Mozilla. And not on 17 Machines with 3 different versions of Mozilla.
>Maybe they have only resulted in strange behaviour after the "Verisign
>hijack", but the cause of the problems is still on your side.
>I would suggest you put any further questions to email@example.com.
>Your questions are _not_ security problems, but configuration problems.
Question: Is it possibel, that at my ISP is somthing cached ???
I have this question, because I have two DNS-Server from my
ISP in the same network segment.
18.104.22.168 and 193.252,19.3
I was thinking, that DNS-Servers must be in two different
Networks because if one networks fails, the other must be
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