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Chinese Root Server Shut Down After DNS Problem

March 28th, 2010 03:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

itwbennett writes “After a networking error first reported on Wednesday last week caused computers in Chile and the US to come under the control of a system that censors the Internet in China, the ‘root DNS server associated with the networking problems has been disconnected from the Internet,’ writes Robert McMillan. The server’s operator, Netnod, has ‘withdrawn route announcements’ made by the server, according to company CEO Kurt Lindqvist.”

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