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Re: DNS Hijacking by Cox

  • From: Brandon Galbraith
  • Date: Sun Jul 22 19:44:20 2007
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On 7/22/07, Sean Donelan <[email protected]> wrote:

On Sun, 22 Jul 2007, Andrew Matthews wrote:
> isn't there a law against hijacking dns? What can i do to persue this?

DNS is just another application protocol that runs over IP.  You don't
have to use those DNS servers to resolve names.

Agreed. If you're savvy enough to have a problem because of this, you're savvy enough to a) Use another set of DNS servers or b) Use your own local resolver.