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Re: YouTube IP Hijacking
It's primarily a proof of concept site, to show that such an idea would be useful, but it has been running for over a year now and discovered many interesting hijacks (such as eBay/google/etc..).
You're right that there is a glaring ommission, which is yesterday's youtube hijack. This is due to a bug in the sub-prefix lookup code (which can cause the IAR to miss some sub-prefix hijacks), which I'm currently fixing. Once that is done I'll rerun the IAR over yesterday's logs and it will show up.
On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 10:37 AM, Tomas L. Byrnes <[email protected]> wrote: