RE: [DNS] fresh bulk AUNIC data is out in the wild

RE: [DNS] fresh bulk AUNIC data is out in the wild

From: Rowe, Joshua <Joshua.Rowe§>
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 00:16:14 +1100
> Gee, I'd love to know how ING got all those expiry dates that 
> as far as I know only exist in the Registrar's database.  I 
> sure didn't tell ING the expiry date, nor did I give them my 
> registry key.  I doubt that my hosting service (the Tech 
> contact) did either.

This has been answered before:

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So the question still remains, how is the AUNIC data getting out?


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