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    • Nick Mathewson's avatar
      r8910@Kushana: nickm | 2006-09-22 12:14:05 -0400 · 4218f098
      Nick Mathewson authored
       Instead of just checking known-invalid addresses for DNS hijacking, we
       now check randomly generated addresses, and if too many of them map to
       the same IP, we assume that IP is the destination of a DNS hijack
       attempt.
       
       A little bird tells me that some DNS hijackers think that declining to
       give an A record for RFC2606 addresses (like .invalid and .example)
       makes them more standards compliant.  Standardswise, this is like an
       illicit brothel making sure that nobody has pulled the tags off the
       mattresss, but that doesn't get us out of working around it.
       
      
      
      svn:r8465
      4218f098
    • Nick Mathewson's avatar
      r8901@Kushana: nickm | 2006-09-21 20:43:48 -0400 · f0f3bbc6
      Nick Mathewson authored
       I tracked a bug in server-side reverse DNS to something concerning the caching code. Ive disabled server-side cacheing for reverse DNS answers for now, and I am noting the bug in the TODO.
      
      
      svn:r8454
      f0f3bbc6
    • Nick Mathewson's avatar
      Fix a couple of server-side reverse dns bugs · 29a756af
      Nick Mathewson authored
      svn:r8449
      29a756af
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