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Re: panix.com hijacked (VeriSign refuses to help)

  • From: Alexei Roudnev
  • Date: Sun Jan 16 09:53:40 2005

 >
>
> >
> > I addition, there is a good rule for such situations:
> > - first, return everything to _previous_ state;
> > - having it fixed in previous state, allow time for laywers, disputes
and
> so
> > on to resolve a problem.
>
> agreed. but then proverbially, "common sense isn't".
>
> > What happen if someone stole 'aol.com'domain tomorrow?  Or
> 'microsoft.com'?
> > How much damage will be done until this sleeping behemots wake up, set
up
> a
> > meeting (in Tuesday I believe - because Monday is a holiday), make any
> > decision, open a toicket, pass thru change control and restore domain? 5
> > days?
>
> with due respect to panix (i knew of panix before i ever knew of aol, even
> living in europe), i imagine another bigger 'behemoth', as you so deftly
put
> it, has a better way of liaising with verisign than you, me or panix.

There is _rollback to the first state in case of any conflicts_ common sense
rule, just to prevent liaising.
If you purchase domain or transferred it, and I suspended change for a week,
it may never make big harm to you.


>
> -p
>
> ---
> paul galynin
>





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