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Yet another Quadruple DNS?
Who's got visible projects looking to detect this from various points/regimes
on the internet?
(University of Toronto's IXMaps group whom I advised a few times over the
years did something similar for routes, not that BGPlay isnt out there, but
they translated it into human as a sociology project - borne of the Carnivore
era. https://www.ixmaps.ca/ )
Im glad no one said Namecoin yet.
On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 04:26:47PM +0000, Baldur Norddahl said:
>> Technically, tweaking your DNS resolver to lie (and/or to log) is much
>> easier and faster (and waaaaay less expensive) than setting up a
>> packet interception and rewriting device at line rate.
>It is just a static /32 route for well known DNS resolvers to the ISP
>resolver. It is free and trivial. To make your resolver reply with the
>correct IP you simply add all the well known /32 addresses to the localhost
>To get any service instead of just well known ones, you can use source
>routing based on the port nummer 53. Direct this to a Linux server that
>will NAT the traffic towards the ISP DNS. This is also trivial and free,
>provided your routers support source routing (ours do).
>Detectable yes, but also hard to escape for the average user. They will
>need to go full VPN. Running your own resolver will not work.
Ken Chase - math at sizone.org Guelph Canada