WARNING: AOL is hosed (again)

markb@infi.NET (Mark Borchers) writes:

Yep, somebody modified the delegation via a forged domain
modification email. An emergency root server update has been done to
correct the problem.

Gosh, I wonder if NSI would do an emergency root server update for me.

Perhaps it would be a good time to review the Guardian documentation.
Is there a way to review what the Guardian settings are for various

This is too trivial for words. We do SSL authenticated registrations for
our normal order processing, using CC transactions. I have always wondered
why NSI can't run both SSL and take immediate CC payments for
domain-registrations. It's not like they don't have the cash to make this
happen. It also wouldn't hurt to setup some ssh-forwarded ports and drop
the whole mess behind a firewall either.

Amusingly enough, when I was the CE for a tiny little ISP HQ'd in
Dallas and our landlord locked us out, I actually _did_ get NSI to do
an emergency push changing out root NS's to our Florida location's

I guess it depends on how desparate you sound.

Of course, this _was_ 2 years ago.

-- jra