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Re: Wired mag article on spammers playing traceroute games withtrojaned boxes
Vinny Abello writes on 10/9/2003 9:41 PM:
They're using extremely low TTL's on most of their records. Typically 2 minutes to accomplish this. The thing is I would imagine at least ONE of those NS servers cannot change within a 2 hour window whereas the others
They are using a whole lot of stuff that's basically dynamic DNS.
low TTL on an NS record. If NeuLevel is any good they would likely have some sort of information to identify the owner of the domain, even if
They seem to have a spammer infestation though. srs -- srs (postmaster|suresh)@outblaze.com // gpg : EDEDEFB9 manager, outblaze.com security and antispam operations