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Re: FBI tells the public to call their ISP for help
Once upon a time, John Levine <[email protected]> said: > I realize it's not a technical problem, although I suspect there are > some technical twiddles that could help, e.g., persuading Microsoft to > put the update servers in their own ASN to make it easier to put them > in a sandbox. And I realize that Microsoft's combination of arrogance > and naivete can make them painful to deal with. $ dig download.windowsupdate.com ;download.windowsupdate.com. IN A download.windowsupdate.com. 3411 IN CNAME main.dl.wu.akadns.net. main.dl.wu.akadns.net. 111 IN CNAME dom.dl.wu.akadns.net. dom.dl.wu.akadns.net. 111 IN CNAME dl.wu.ms.edgesuite.net. dl.wu.ms.edgesuite.net. 8080 IN CNAME a26.ms.akamai.net. a26.ms.akamai.net. 20 IN A 18.104.22.168 a26.ms.akamai.net. 20 IN A 22.214.171.124 $ If you have Akamai servers, the IPs will be on your network (and of course shared with many other sites). You'd have to limit access with a limited DNS server (since few will use or even know IPs to visit) that only gives out DNS for certain hosts/domains. -- Chris Adams <[email protected]> Systems and Network Administrator - HiWAAY Internet Services I don't speak for anybody but myself - that's enough trouble.