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They do have a dns entry, its set to 127.0.0.1

[web02.divergentnetworks.com]
 hak5.org.                      SOA    ns1.divergentnetworks.com xnetchew.gmail.com. (2008112708 8
6400 7200 3600000 86400)
 hak5.org.                      MX     0    mx1.balanced.randy.mail.dreamhost.com
 hak5.org.                      MX     0    mx2.balanced.randy.mail.dreamhost.com
 hak5.org.                      NS     ns1.divergentnetworks.com
 hak5.org.                      NS     ns2.divergentnetworks.com
 hak5.org.                      A      75.126.127.87
 ads                            A      75.126.127.87
 www.ads                        A      75.126.127.87
 archive                        A      75.126.127.87
 bbs                            A      208.43.245.98
 beta                           A      75.126.127.87
 bf2                            A      208.43.245.98
 css                            A      208.43.102.112
 doom                           A      97.74.122.195
 forums                         A      75.126.127.87
 ftp                            CNAME  hak5.org
 game                           A      208.43.102.113
 irc                            CNAME  irc.mintirc.net
 l4d                            A      208.167.242.107
 lists                          A      66.33.216.120
 localhost                      A      127.0.0.1
 mail                           A      208.97.132.24
 noob                           A      208.43.245.98
 owine                          A      66.252.7.115
 rtt                            A      127.0.0.1
 tf2                            A      208.43.245.98
 wiki                           A      75.126.127.87
 www                            CNAME  hak5.org
 zp                             A      66.55.155.224
 hak5.org.                      SOA    ns1.divergentnetworks.com xnetchew.gmail.com. (2008112708 8
6400 7200 3600000 86400)

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They do have a dns entry, its set to 127.0.0.1

[web02.divergentnetworks.com]
 hak5.org.                      SOA    ns1.divergentnetworks.com xnetchew.gmail.com. (2008112708 8
6400 7200 3600000 86400)
 hak5.org.                      MX     0    mx1.balanced.randy.mail.dreamhost.com
 hak5.org.                      MX     0    mx2.balanced.randy.mail.dreamhost.com
 hak5.org.                      NS     ns1.divergentnetworks.com
 hak5.org.                      NS     ns2.divergentnetworks.com
 hak5.org.                      A      75.126.127.87
 ads                            A      75.126.127.87
 www.ads                        A      75.126.127.87
 archive                        A      75.126.127.87
 bbs                            A      208.43.245.98
 beta                           A      75.126.127.87
 bf2                            A      208.43.245.98
 css                            A      208.43.102.112
 doom                           A      97.74.122.195
 forums                         A      75.126.127.87
 ftp                            CNAME  hak5.org
 game                           A      208.43.102.113
 irc                            CNAME  irc.mintirc.net
 l4d                            A      208.167.242.107
 lists                          A      66.33.216.120
 localhost                      A      127.0.0.1
 mail                           A      208.97.132.24
 noob                           A      208.43.245.98
 owine                          A      66.252.7.115
 rtt                            A      127.0.0.1
 tf2                            A      208.43.245.98
 wiki                           A      75.126.127.87
 www                            CNAME  hak5.org
 zp                             A      66.55.155.224
 hak5.org.                      SOA    ns1.divergentnetworks.com xnetchew.gmail.com. (2008112708 8
6400 7200 3600000 86400)

Not to be a noob, but how did you get such a clean canonical DNS listing for all associated entries?

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Not to be a noob, but how did you get such a clean canonical DNS listing for all associated entries?

nslookup in windows xp.

run from the command prompt:

nslookup hak5.org

The IP address you get is their server.

Name:    hak5.org
Address:  75.126.127.87

Then type nslookup by itself, and your prompt will change to just a ">".

Now type:

server 75.126.127.87
set type=any
ls -d hak5.org

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Watch an episode that IronGeek did on this. If you change the DNS of your site to 127.0.0.1 then every attack will be redirected towards the attacker. Also a good idea to keep people away until Hak5 reactivates the site with something else. Just another way of putting your page to sleep.

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nslookup in windows xp.

run from the command prompt:

nslookup hak5.org

The IP address you get is their server.

Name:    hak5.org
Address:  75.126.127.87

Then type nslookup by itself, and your prompt will change to just a ">".

Now type:

server 75.126.127.87
set type=any
ls -d

Thanks!

I can't quite get it to look as good as yours, ls -d is giving me an issue, but this definitely sets me on the right path!

-B

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Might be different on Windows 7, but for me, I had to replace

with

Yeah, with the site to check, my bad. Forgot to add that.

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They do have a dns entry, its set to 127.0.0.1

[web02.divergentnetworks.com]
 hak5.org.                      SOA    ns1.divergentnetworks.com xnetchew.gmail.com. (2008112708 8
6400 7200 3600000 86400)
 hak5.org.                      MX     0    mx1.balanced.randy.mail.dreamhost.com
 hak5.org.                      MX     0    mx2.balanced.randy.mail.dreamhost.com
 hak5.org.                      NS     ns1.divergentnetworks.com
 hak5.org.                      NS     ns2.divergentnetworks.com
 hak5.org.                      A      75.126.127.87
 ads                            A      75.126.127.87
 www.ads                        A      75.126.127.87
 archive                        A      75.126.127.87
 bbs                            A      208.43.245.98
 beta                           A      75.126.127.87
 bf2                            A      208.43.245.98
 css                            A      208.43.102.112
 doom                           A      97.74.122.195
 forums                         A      75.126.127.87
 ftp                            CNAME  hak5.org
 game                           A      208.43.102.113
 irc                            CNAME  irc.mintirc.net
 l4d                            A      208.167.242.107
 lists                          A      66.33.216.120
 localhost                      A      127.0.0.1
 mail                           A      208.97.132.24
 noob                           A      208.43.245.98
 owine                          A      66.252.7.115
 rtt                            A      127.0.0.1
 tf2                            A      208.43.245.98
 wiki                           A      75.126.127.87
 www                            CNAME  hak5.org
 zp                             A      66.55.155.224
 hak5.org.                      SOA    ns1.divergentnetworks.com xnetchew.gmail.com. (2008112708 8
6400 7200 3600000 86400)

pretty sure you just posted matt's private email/username everywhere xD

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Looks like this may only work if the server allows zone tranfers to the requesting IP ?!?

...

The DNS server refused to transfer the zone example.com to your computer. If this

is incorrect, check the zone transfer security settings for example.com on the DNS.

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Looks like this may only work if the server allows zone tranfers to the requesting IP ?!?

...

The DNS server refused to transfer the zone example.com to your computer. If this

is incorrect, check the zone transfer security settings for example.com on the DNS.

Yeah, a lot of sites only let you see mail server records if anything at all. I think windows servers don't show anything.

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