the IAB weighs in on the Verisign hijacking of *.COM and *.NET - TCP-IP

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  1. the IAB weighs in on the Verisign hijacking of *.COM and *.NET

    http://www.iab.org/documents/docs/20...wildcards.html

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  2. Re: the IAB weighs in on the Verisign hijacking of *.COM and *.NET

    In article ,
    Mark Crispin wrote:
    >http://www.iab.org/documents/docs/20...wildcards.html


    "Proposed guideline: If you want to use wildcards in your zone and understand the risks, go ahead, but only do so with the informed consent of the entities that are delegated within your zone."

    We get to vote? Pull the other one...


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