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Microsoft erzwingt Umleitung von zahlreichen No-IP-Domains

Um die Verbreitung von Malware zu unterbinden, gab ein US-Gericht dem Softwaregiganten Microsoft die Kontrolle über 22 Domains des DynDNS-Anbieters No-IP.com. Microsoft hatte daraufhin die No-IP-Dienste größtenteils so umgeleitet, dass die Kunden den Dienst nicht mehr nutzen konnten.

Diese Maßnahme gegen zwei kriminelle Nutzer betrifft Millionen Kunden, die den Diest völlig legal nutzen.

Zuvor war es dem Anbieter No-IP.com nicht gelungen, die illegale Nutzung der zwei User zu unterbinden.


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WebReporter: T¡ppfehler
Rubrik:   High Tech
Schlagworte: Microsoft, IP, Umleitung
Quelle: heise.de

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01.07.2014 17:13 Uhr von T¡ppfehler
 
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No-IP-Dienste kann man z. B. für Fernwartung, private Cloud-Dienste, E-Mail und Internettelefonie nutzen.
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01.07.2014 17:47 Uhr von ROBKAYE
 
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Jap, schönen Dank auch! Es ist ein Witz, was Microsoft sich da herausnimmt... angeblich soll über no-ip Malware verbreitet worden sein... warum sperrt MS nicht gleich das danze Internet, weil es dazu mißbraucht wird, Malware zu verbreiten und warum wurde Microsoft bisher nicht gesperrt, weil deren Betriebssysteme Hintertüren für die NSA haben und sich bei den zahlreichen Programmier-Bugs im Betriebssystem Malware auf einem mit Windows betriebenen Computer einnisten könnte? Diese miesen, korporativen Faschisten meinen denen gehört die verdammte Welt!

[ nachträglich editiert von ROBKAYE ]
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01.07.2014 18:19 Uhr von hennerjung
 
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No-IP’s Formal Statement on Microsoft Takedown

June 30, 2014·
by Natalie Goguen·
46 Comments·
143279 Views

We want to update all our loyal customers about the service outages that many of you are experiencing today. It is not a technical issue. This morning, Microsoft served a federal court order and seized 22 of our most commonly used domains because they claimed that some of the subdomains have been abused by creators of malware. We were very surprised by this. We have a long history of proactively working with other companies when cases of alleged malicious activity have been reported to us. Unfortunately, Microsoft never contacted us or asked us to block any subdomains, even though we have an open line of communication with Microsoft corporate executives.

We have been in contact with Microsoft today. They claim that their intent is to only filter out the known bad hostnames in each seized domain, while continuing to allow the good hostnames to resolve. However, this is not happening. Apparently, the Microsoft infrastructure is not able to handle the billions of queries from our customers. Millions of innocent users are experiencing outages to their services because of Microsoft’s attempt to remediate hostnames associated with a few bad actors.

Had Microsoft contacted us, we could and would have taken immediate action. Microsoft now claims that it just wants to get us to clean up our act, but its draconian actions have affected millions of innocent Internet users.

Vitalwerks and No­-IP have a very strict abuse policy. Our abuse team is constantly working to keep the No-­IP system domains free of spam and malicious activity. We use sophisticated filters and we scan our network daily for signs of malicious activity. Even with such precautions, our free dynamic DNS service does occasionally fall prey to cyber scammers, spammers, and malware distributors. But this heavy-handed action by Microsoft benefits no one. We will do our best to resolve this problem quickly.

About No­-IP
For over 14 years, No­-IP has been offering the best and most affordable Dynamic and Managed DNS solutions. Our robust Anycast Network with points of presence in 18 different world­class facilities across the globe guarantees our 100% Uptime, because let’s face it, there are no upsides to downtime. No­IP is the preferred choice for users on the Internet for dynamic DNS compared to smaller, less reliable alternatives. Our DNS Experts will ensure that your website is fast, reliable and always available.

Contact
Natalie Goguen
Marketing Manager
5905 South Virginia Street, Suite 200
Reno, NV 89502
Office: 775.360.2263
ngoguen@no­ip.com
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01.07.2014 21:25 Uhr von ms1889
 
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daran sieht man das microsoft kein intresse an markt hat... war nicht vor kurzen das ihnen ip adressen ausgehen... nun haben sie ja wieder ein paar!?

das gericht ist sehr unseriös, da sie die kontrolle microschrott gegeben haben, die diese kontrolle vollkommen unrechtmässig ausüben (nach us recht).

[ nachträglich editiert von ms1889 ]
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03.07.2014 16:09 Uhr von hennerjung
 
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A message from our CEO
As you certainly know by now, on Monday control of our most popular domain names were seized. As a result, millions of hostnames have gone dark and millions of our users have been put out of service.
We have been throwing everything we have at getting you back online with the least possible delay. For legal reasons, we have been restricted from reaching out to you, but we simply cannot stay quiet any longer. We are very close to a resolution and we will update you with more information as soon as we can.

We hear your overwhelming support on social media and would like you to know that we share your frustration. Thank you so much for your support!
Dan Durrer
Owner and CEO
Why is this happening?
You can also read our formal response on our blog to comment and share on Facebook and Twitter.
If you do not want to wait for the domains to come back online, you can use this solution to resolve the issues. You can create a new hostname on a domain that has not been seized by Microsoft. The following domains are free and working:
• ddns.net
• webhop.me
• serveminecraft.net
• ddnsking.com
• onthewifi.com
To create a new hostname, login to your No-IP account and click on the Hosts/Redirects tab. Click "Add a Host". Type in your hostname and choose one of the working domains.
Have any questions or comments? Please do not hesitate to open a Support Ticket or give us a call at 775.853.1883, but please understand that we are under heavy call/ticket volume and it may take more time than usual to get back to you.
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04.07.2014 04:18 Uhr von hennerjung
 
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We would like to give you an update and announce that ALL of the 23 domains that were seized by Microsoft on June 30 are now back in our control. Please realize that it may take up to 24 hours for the DNS to fully propagate, but everything should be fully functioning within the next day. One of the domains, noip.me, took longer to get back online, but it should be fully restored within the next day. Is your service back up? Please send us a tweet and let us know.
We are so sorry for the inconvenience that this takedown has caused our customers. Thank you so much for the support and for sticking with us through this entire process this week. More information surrounding the event will be released within the next few days, so stay tuned. Again, THANK YOU.
Have any questions or comments? Please do not hesitate to open a Support Ticket or give us a call at 775.853.1883, but please understand that we are still under heavy call/ticket volume and it may take more time than normal to get back to you.

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