> Mike Culver wrote:
> > To deny resolution to sex.com, simply add an entry to named.boot for
> > bogusns. This directive will tell your DNS that the name server for sex.com
> > is bogus, and your DNS will never ask sex.com's DNS anything.
> Nice idea, but... Most of these one-host-wonder sites actually
> use their ISP as a name server. Disallowing the ISPs name server
> is a bit drastic. Look at playboy.com for example...
Then how about putting an entry in my internal DNS that points sex.com to
either a non-existent internal address or to something like a PC running
Linux+httpd with a single web page that says "Gotcha !" ?? The outside
world can't see my internal DNS so I won't be polluting anyone elses DNS...
Of course the user could telnet to rs.internic.net and use whois to establish
the actual IP address...