Microsoft is trying to get back online No-IP




Microsoft is trying the DNS provider No-IP, which it had sent because offline domains of No-IP would be used for distributing malware to get back online. According to No-IP still fails the software giant in there.

No-IP Monday night it was known that Microsoft is a commonly used dynamic DNS provider, had removed because they would be used to distribute malware. 23 domains of No-IP, offline The company received permission from the court to the DNS authority to the 23 No-IP domains.

The head of the Digital Crimes Unit, Microsoft states across Computerworld Tuesday that Microsoft has started forwarding all traffic to No-IP, except the traffic that was used to distribute malware.

According to a spokesman for No-IP Microsoft is indeed trying to forward the DNS traffic, but fails in the company there. “It seems they are trying to take corrective action, but dns is difficult, and it seems they are not very good at it,” the spokesman said in an email to Computerworld.

Meanwhile, Microsoft that the action has meant that systems are taken offline that were not used. For spreading malware No-IP said earlier about the action because it said it just always cooperate in fighting crime. Outraged

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