Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers
Re: How to Block Evony?
Web Dreamer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> W a écrit ce vendredi 17 septembre 2010 03:47:
>> A more general question: if you want to see all IP networks owned by
>> a given company, how do you do that?
> On *nix machines (Linux, Mac, BSD, etc...) these commands will do
> *exactly* what you ask for:
> host evony.com
> <all IPs will be listed>
> dig ANY evony.com
> <A records, MX records, etc... will be listed>
Umm... no, they won't. dig and host return what a company has configured
on their public DNS for that given domain. That does NOT equal a list of
all IP networks a company owns. For the latter you'd have to go through
the databases of all registries in the world. Which clearly is not
> On windows... don't know... Bad Luck...
> You can have these commands on windows if you install cygwin.
Or, you could simply use the tools from the Windows version of BIND. Or
use the nslookup that ships with Windows. But anyway, as explained
above, that won't do what the OP was asking for.
"If a software developer ever believes a rootkit is a necessary part of
their architecture they should go back and re-architect their solution."