13 DNS root zone named servers rigged
Anyone in the world can simply walk, take a bus, or drive any make or model of Car to Wal-Mart and purchase a 1 Terabyte hard drive for as little as $61 — $100 however to make it more convenient. Anyone can surf the web and purchase a 1 Terabyte hard drive for as little as $54.99 through 520,000 sources and anyone can be able to extract all Corporations sensitive data and resell on the Deep Web, which all of this data as researchers inspected it to be major financial data, trade secrets, and other highly sensitive information ranging from small pee business owners to massive corporations.(Google vendors selling 1 Terabyte harddrives)(2017). The problem is this issue with the glitch involving the 13 DNS root servers existed during the past fiscal years however this was ignored by Info Tech professionals and Developers as a rule of thumb to profit for large, private, to mid sized corporations. The cost and burden would be close to the U.S National Debt, but the way it looks it would be an outrageous amount. As of the writing of this article, this identifies this to be Information Technology most complex disaster in U.S History and WorldWide in many foreign countries, which will be like powering out the power grid in U.S.A, but these are 13 DNS root zone servers that is currently running has been running for the past years when the Internet officially was first matured in the 70’s as a result of the TCP/IP architecture that came out of the joint work of Bob Kahn at ARPA and Vint Cerf at Stanford and others throughout the 70’s. Vint Cerf explains it like this, “Actually, Bob produced a list of desiderata for open networking, but the ideas of TCP and later TCP/IP arose out of our joint work while I was at Stanford and he was at ARPA. I would not say that the architecture was originally developed by Bob at BBN. The Unix to Unix Copy Protocol (UUCP) was invented in 1978 at Bell Labs. Usenet was started in 1979 based on UUCP. Newsgroups, which are discussion groups focusing on a topic, followed, providing a means of exchanging information throughout the world . While Usenet is not considered as part of the Internet, since it does not share the use of TCP/IP, it linked unix systems around the world, and many Internet sites took advantage of the availability of newsgroups. It was a significant part of the community building that took place on the networks. He came to Bell Labs with the problem and Bell Labs jointly developed these concepts from about March — September 1973 at which point we briefed the International Network Working Group meeting In London in September 1973 and then published a paper in IEEE Transactions on Communications, May 1974 issue (HISTORY OF THE INTERNET)(2017).It was adopted by the Defense Department in 1980 replacing the earlier Network Control Protocol (NCP) and universally adopted by 1983., which was when the Sin to do countless server migrations was first developed and incorrect permissions that was set mutated to make a MASSIVE rubber band Ball (Permission problems after domain migration)(2017)( 1.3 Million Howto Guides to do Domain migrations involving permissions)(2017). When I Google domain migration permission problems however I get 8 Million search results compared to 1.3 Million results to find how to do domain migrations, which this shows that this is a impossible complex situation (8 Million search results to migration permission problems)(2017). The catch 22 is many minds of people came up with ideas to develop corporations and businesses in many different technological scenarios that made this situation very complex and more like a computer grinder to slaughter corporate capital. The issue starts from the 13 DNS root zone servers, which servers from many public/private internal connected networks connects to these 13 DNS root zone named authorities. The following link shows all corporations that exists at Securities Exchanges Commission, which doesn’t include there are 45508 companies listed in stock exchanges around the world (List of Companies at SEC)(2017). According to reports, The latest article that researchers found named “Neira Jones” reported the U.S Largest Databreach on Paper.li site that reports large to midsized databreaches (Hackbusters Reports Largest Databreach in History)(2017). Root Servers. The authoritative name servers that serve the DNS root zone, commonly known as the “root servers”, are a network of hundreds of servers in many countries around the world, which permissions were replicated on internal servers exposing massive amounts of sensitive forbidden documents. They are configured in the DNS root zone as 13 named authorities, as follows.(INTERNET ROOT SERVERS)(2017). These are listed companies. The number of formal unlisted companies would be a wild guess as there is no central quantified effort to build an international registry. So taking a different approach, in countries like USA, there is one company for every 11 people. In some others, there are 0. A rough extrapolation based on economic freedom and worldwide business numbers from UN reports would mean that there is a company for every 60 people on the planet. That brings us to ~115 Million companies. Root name server. … A root name server is a name server for the root zone of the Domain Name System (DNS) of the Internet. It directly answers requests for records in the root zone and answers other requests by returning a list of the authoritative name servers for the appropriate top-level domain (TLD). The DNS root zone is the top-level DNS zone in the hierarchical namespace of the Domain Name System (DNS) of the Internet.
Google currently processes over 20 petabytes of data a day
According to this source, as of 2014 there were an estimated 75 million server’s powering the internet, with Microsoft having the most number of servers at 1 million, while Google having 900,000 servers. An authoritative Nameserver is a nameserver (DNS Server) that holds the actual DNS records (A, CNAME, PTR, etc) for a particular domain/ address. The problem occurs on altered permissions to the particular domain/address, which many servers uses apache, nginx, IIS, and other web server products causing the 200 Terabytes of data to be downloadable. A recursive resolver would be a DNS server that queries an authoritative nameserver to resolve a domain/ address. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) looks after most top-level domain. It operates the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and is responsible for maintaining the DNS root zone. DNS server which keeps all root zone is called TLD name server. You can also configure your server to forward queries according to specific domain names using conditional forwarders. A DNS server on a network is designated as a forwarder when the other DNS servers in the network are configured to forward the queries that they cannot resolve locally to that DNS server. DNS: Why It’s Important & How It Works. The Domain Name System (aka DNS) is used to resolve human-readable hostnames like www.Dyn.com into machine-readable IP addresses like 188.8.131.52. DNS also provides other information about domain names, such as mail services. Google Public DNS operates recursive name servers for public use at the following IP addresses: 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 for IPv4 service, as well as 2001:4860:4860::8888 and 2001:4860:4860::8844, for IPv6 access. Currently, there are over 1 billion websites on the world wide web today. This milestone was first reached in September of 2014, as confirmed by NetCraft in its October 2014 Web Server Survey and first estimated and announced by Internet Live Stats (see the tweet from the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee). The Indexed Web contains at least 4.62 billion pages (Wednesday, 30 March, 2016). The Dutch Indexed Web contains at least 231.99 million pages (Wednesday, 30 March, 2016). As of 2014 Google has indexed 200 Terabytes (TB) of data. To put that into perspective 1 TB is equivalent to 1024 Gigabytes (GB). However, Google’s 200 TB is just an estimated 0.004 percent of the total Internet. Perhaps even more impressive is the fact those 16 years of video is uploaded to YouTube every day. Verisign, a global leader in domain names and Internet security, today announced six million domain names were added to the Internet in the first quarter of 2015, bringing the total number of registered domain names to 294 million worldwide across all top-level domains (TLDs) as of March 31, 2015, according to the latest Domain Name Industry Brief. The reality is that DNS queries can also use TCP port 53 if UDP port 53 is not accepted. Now with the impending deployment of DNSSEC and the eventual addition of IPv6 we will need to allow our firewalls for forward both TCP and UDP port 53 packets. DNS servers also listen on UDP port 53 to accept queries from client resolvers. TCP port 53 is used for domain transfers, which permissions are transferred along with the migration as well however this according to a number of news sources such as Paper.li, Hackbusters, Hacker News, PHPDrill, and other news sources the databreach came from HP-Google Partership (U.S History Largest Data Breach)(2017). The partnerships created among the Tech companies to indulge into sanctions of project consumption and consolidation involving migrations would be assessed by Courts to liquidate assets of the companies who joined HP-Google in other offspring ventures. The company’s assets combined totaled out to be $829 Billion to be audited because of this Armageddon data breach known to Man Kind however the audited assets would come from HP, Google, AT&T among other companies who partnered with HP-Google because of POGO blaming HP-Google due to “SMBITINABOX” databreach (POGO Prosecutors blame HP-Google on TWITTER)(2017). The writing of this article leaves the entire Internet Crippled due to this finding and the accessibility anyone can remotely extract terabytes of high powered data, but when will the audit begin to replenish unknown trade secrets, not known to public documents, confidential, and secret, top secret documents from many nations that ruined Billions of dollars that exceeds to Trillions of dollars in R&D? Corporations would file their claim of Lawsuit once corporations recognize revenue loss do to this massive data breach situation once they discover their sensitive confidential, do not distribute, not for public inspection documents and trade secrets is readily available now for download, but can corporations and business owners recoup loss and theft of investments ?