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|Hack domain name DNS |
| 3:35 pm on Mar 25, 2008 (gmt 0)|
My domain name has been hacked, and the hacker change my dns servers, and i have access to my dns servers i can change it too
how can i block the hacker to change my dns servers ?
Thanks in advance
| 5:27 pm on Mar 25, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Make sure you've disabled zone transfers, or at least restrict them to your own servers, and/or use authentication for zone transfers.
Better yet, don't run your own DNS - 99% of sites shouldn't be running their own DNS servers.
If you've go colocation in multiple U.S. cities, as well as on each continent, run your own DNS servers.
If not, use your registrar, host (but often as poor a choice as running your own), or third-party DNS service.
It's usually free with your registrar, so not sure why so many people insist on running their own, when it's almost always results in inferior performance and problems like this.
| 5:02 am on Mar 26, 2008 (gmt 0)|
change passwords for the domain registrar account AND the email addresses involved.
| 5:20 am on Mar 26, 2008 (gmt 0)|
|change passwords for the domain registrar account AND the email addresses involved. |
The OP didn't say who runs their DNS. I'd assumed they are running their own.
Good time to remind everyone to include as many details as possible when describing a problem.
There are many ways of handling DNS, and many ways that somebody might breech security.
So.... details? Just what was hacked?
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