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Re: question about per. hack
>>i think this is the first time. i'm cc'ing NANOG since several folks there >>are wondering exactly why i think the FBI should get involved and why i think >>eugene kashpureff should be jailed. > > Mr. Kashpureff has been kind enough to document his work at: > http://www.alternic.net/press/ What Mr. Kashpureff isn't saying is that he's not just leaking bad data when someone asks him about something in the normal case of DNS events; he is actively sweeping through the public NS RR lists and causing those servers to ask his servers questions whose answers contain intentional cache corruption. Leaking the data would be a "hack." Causing other people to ask questions to which you then send intentionally corrupt answers is a "crack." I am astonished that here we are days later and it's still occuring. Usually the teenagers who perpetrate this kind of stupidity are arrested and have their PC's confiscated.