On Tue, 03 Dec 2002, Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 09:58:18AM -0800, Philip Brown wrote:
> > Has anyone noticed that someone has pseudo-hijacked
> > keyserver.debian.org.com
> > Is this supposed to be there?
> > It seems to be kinda worrying that someone has registered that hostname.
> > Particularly since I found it by doing a dns lookup of
> > keyserver.debian.org
> > and the host I'm on, fell through to automatically adding a .com to it,
> > and finding that address.
> When it first occurred to someone that this sort of a trick could be
> played on people to hijack domains, an RFC came out specifying that
> hostname resolvers should NOT append the local TLD to the requested name
> when trying to resolve it. Sounds like you have a broken system.
Oh, you mean they can't do as Mozilla, IE, and a lot of other
I *seriously* doubt the system resolv libraries are doing such weirdness...
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