DNS Hijacking by Cox

I'll accept that argument once you've explained to all your family
members how to do it - and they've actually done it, successfully.

Let's be real now.

... JG

If we're going to be "real now," consider how rarely ISPs have done this
over the last several years.

Its very hard to wake the dragon. Yes, ISPs can do all sorts of awful things, but the reality is most of the big ISPs are extremely conservative at taking any steps that disrupts customers traffic. While they sometimes make a mistake, it takes a lot to get big ISPs to do anything. Since 2005
when ISPs started doing this, how many false positives have come up?

I don't think it is "real" to think big ISPs are going to redirect customer traffic in order to steal customer credit card numbers or destroy
a competitor.

More updates on the whole DNS hijacking, they've taken about 6 EFNet
servers, and they also change the SOA and the NS record. Which would
be really really non RFC compliant. Yes i've tried contacting the
abuse team at Cox but i get the standard canned response. I should
check my computer for viruses and malware.

Anyone have a good contact for cox?