1) Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. LITTLE-ROCK-3 2) spider 3) missing trailing spaces and +
7:09 am on Nov 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
Quick detour to WhoIs turns up this fascinating bit of history:
Registrar History: 5 registrars with 4 drops. NS History: 28 changes on 16 unique name servers over 5 years. IP History: 23 changes on 13 unique IP addresses over 7 years.
Doesn't that kinda sound like a domain that is up to no good and has spent its life getting kicked around like a hot potato?
1:32 am on Nov 8, 2012 (gmt 0)
Nice info Lucy, where do you get your info like that from?
2:08 am on Nov 8, 2012 (gmt 0)
whois dot domaintools dot com. (Don't know if they're an Authorized Link.) Put in a domain name and go to the Whois Record tab.
3:27 pm on Nov 8, 2012 (gmt 0)
lucy, I think those numbers are meaningless and inflated to get you signed up for the services.
I have a domain registered in 1999(NetSol), hosted on the same server with the same IP and 2 Name servers(IPs of those did not change either). The person who runs the hosting service is a personal friend. In 2002 I prepaid for 10 years ahead for domain registration(again NetSol).
And here what the show:
Registrar History: 1 registrar(OK) NS History: 12 changes on 4 unique name servers over 9 years.(ooops) IP History: 9 changes on 4 unique IP addresses over 7 years.(ooops)
or maybe i dont get whats displayed on the screen, which i highly doubt.
Sorry for the OT.
11:53 pm on Nov 8, 2012 (gmt 0)
Heh. Maybe your friend once changed the punctuation in his business address-- or his text editor inserted a line-end space-- and it counts as a change. Interesting to know in any case.
And I'm not signing up for anything I gotta pay for, even if it means getting hit with the occasional captcha* or, at an extreme, getting locked out for 24 hours.
* One time the "real-life" half had a long s, which impresssed me no end. They didn't make me read it as f, either.