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No-IP has about all domains after takedown Microsoft
No-IP to have said after the takedown of Microsoft earlier this week. Across all domains, That made the dns provider announced in a blog post. Microsoft took the twenty domains offline because of the possible spread of malware.
No-IP “We would like to provide an update and announce that all 23 domains that were knocked down by Microsoft in our possession,” so says No-IP in the blog post. According to the company everything should be completely functional. Again
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 be conscious of the domains, to the fury of No-IP.
The takedown, which resulted in four million sites were suddenly offline, was not flawless. Microsoft acknowledged that fact that led some systems were taken that were not used. for spreading malware offline It is not yet clear whether No-IP takes further steps, but the company says later to report on this matter.Viewing:-177
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