[dns-wg] New on RIPE Labs: Is Your ISP Hijacking Your DNS Traffic?
Sander Steffann sander at steffann.nl
Wed Jul 6 18:33:05 CEST 2016
Hi, > Op 6 jul. 2016, om 15:26 heeft Jim Reid <jim at rfc1035.com> het volgende geschreven: > >> On 6 Jul 2016, at 13:21, Max Grobecker <max.grobecker at ml.grobecker.info> wrote: >> >> You wrote: >> >>> You can’t blame your service provider for hijacking your DNS traffic or running DPI on their network these days. In fact most of them use DPI to some extent for various reasons. >> >> Yes, I would blame my ISP for that. That's something I wouldn't expect as a customer > > Better check the small print of your contract with the ISP. Unless you’re living in a banana republic, your ISP will very likely be complying with laws that prevent access to illegal content. That generally means deploying things like DPI and policy-based DNS rewriting. Whether or not ISPs deserve to be blamed for that is another matter. I am so glad that net-neutrality and privacy rules explicitly prevent Dutch ISPs from doing DPI and messing with my traffic like that :-) I just hope it stays that way and politicians aim for a balanced approach. The trend seems to be to mess with citizens' rights more and more no matter how useful/useless it actually is :-( Cheers, Sander -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: signature.asc Type: application/pgp-signature Size: 496 bytes Desc: Message signed with OpenPGP using GPGMail URL: <https://lists.ripe.net/ripe/mail/archives/dns-wg/attachments/20160706/baffcd22/attachment.sig>
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