Re: [gnso-ff-pdp-may08] Jump start on answering GNSO questions regarding fast flux
- To: gnso-ff-pdp-May08@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [gnso-ff-pdp-may08] Jump start on answering GNSO questions regarding fast flux
- From: Marc Perkel <marc@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 01 Jul 2008 12:57:55 -0700
Hello, I'm marc Perkel owner of junk Email Filter. we are a spam
filtering company. And I tend to be very innovate when it comes to
sollutions to problems.
I have a question about the process. In order to get to a solution I
need to know what the options are. I assume icann can suspend domains of
people who cause trouble. ICANN can control anything on its own
nameservers. I assume ICANN can control how often name server settings
can be changed? Or does the registrars do that?
Can ICANN provide additional information about a domain using DNS. For
example, I used DNS to provide blacklist/whitelist information about IP
addresses and domain names. If - for example, I could read the age of a
domain and read the number of times the dame servers changed I could
identify fraud and phishing going through our servers. Extra info can
help me block spam and make phishing unprofitable.
Is this a possibility?