Author Topic: "Worst Spam Offenders" Notified by ICANN  (Read 7862 times)

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May 28, 2008, 05:42:06 pm
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The official ICANN announcement...

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June 27, 2008, 08:57:45 am
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June 27, 2008, 04:41:40 pm
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Word on the street is that this attack was a social engineering attack against the domain registrar. If this truly is the case, then there is basically nothing that could be done by ICANN to prevent it.

I was thinking about this sort of thing the other day-- and wondering whether it is still a 'defacement' if only a small subset of users see the bad page.. Example-- say I poison DNS on verizon such that points to some other IP where I have a 1337 PWND message. Amazon will appear to be owned for all Verizon customers- but the attack has little to do with Amazon. Does this count as a defacement?