Begging the Question
"That does beg the question"
No it doesn't.
4 posts • joined 20 Feb 2007
"Destroy All Monsters" wrote "that is useless as the forged DNS answer will be for ulam61177.com, and who goes to that place"
Current thinking is that the problem lies in subdomains. Hammer a DNS server with requests for ulam000001.theregister.co.uk, ulam000002.theregister.co.uk etc until you get a hit. In each packet, request an additional RR return for an additional DNS response for ns1.theregister.co.uk and when you eventually get a hit on the random subdomain you just poisened ns1.
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