.Pirate Domains Now Available Through OpenNic

Nuno Garcia ngarcia at NGARCIA.NET
Thu May 17 16:13:06 CEST 2012

please see inline:

On 17 May 2012 13:42, Michael Haffely <ncuc at jollyrogers.com> wrote:

> I don't think it is user share so much as fundamental problems with
> Alternate DNS systems.
> it is. Unless its run by political (or alike) reazons, its a business

> How easy is it to block alternate DNS by governmental, law, or other
> agencies or actors?  Unlike the existing DNS system, it is quite trivial to
> flatten an entire alternate DNS and have no appreciable impact to the
> Internet.

in the Internet its as easy to block as it is to circumvent

> How does it work at sites that block outbound DNS requests at the edge?

circumvent, use DNS apps, for instance, use proxies, whatever...

> Are you and all those you want to access these resources technical enough
> to configure all your phones, computers, etc. to implement alternate DNS
> for all networks?

No one needs to be technical enough, only to run a script and its done.

> Why trust an alternate DNS?
> why not?
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