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 server can't find NXDOMAIN
Author: D.Sob   (23 Feb 12 7:11am)

I wanted to query this ip:

root@www1:/home/jordan# nslookup

** server can't find NXDOMAIN

but when I go to your website:

it says something else.

can you help please?
 Re: server can't find NXDOMAIN
Author: D.Sob   (26 Feb 12 10:21am)
 Re: server can't find NXDOMAIN
Author: R.Woolley2   (11 Mar 12 2:24pm)
Checking programmatically this today (12th March 2012 AU time) I receive...

returns full query, so passed as invalid test (meaning not listed)

[result] blank
passed as invalid test (meaning not listed)

Using the form interface on the home page:...
Threat Rating: (Not yet scored. Check again soon.)

So all the same "invalid" (OK) response.

NOTE DO NOT just use the url with displayed GET query string as displayed in the on-site form response page. That is a meaningless dynamically shown reference. You MUST use the form which sends a POST data stream from the legitimate site page OR relevant programming interface.

That is why I assume the different response; one method (GET) is not a legitimate request and do not try to use it.

 Re: server can't find NXDOMAIN
Author: R.Woolley2   (11 Mar 12 2:29pm)
PS having now displayed it, if that is your real secret ID shown in your post then it is now pretty much useless and I suggest you create a new account!!!!!!
 Re: server can't find NXDOMAIN
Author: L.Theobald2   (11 Apr 12 3:51am)
I'm with the OP here and am having trouble understanding the blacklist responses. Like the original poster, my NSLookup returns the following:


** server can't find NXDOMAIN

And from my Java implementation, I also get a not found response. I tried the IP address from the original poster & that too was coming back as not found.

Both of them return spammers from the IP Lookup form (mine a comment spammer, the OP's was a rule breaker).

So why do they not return something more useful from the NS Lookup.

@R.Woolley2 - The example you posted didn't have the IP address reversed. Is that the trick? You're not actually meant to reverse the IP address as it's listed?

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