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http://blog.craigslist.org/2014/11/24/craigslist-dns-outage/

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Please help with following Craig'slist issue: I can't reach any receiptant using a Craig'slist mailing address


craigslist DNS Outage November 24, 2014 by Jim Buckmaster

At approximately 5pm PST Sunday evening the craigslist domain name service (DNS) records maintained at one of our domain registrars were compromised, diverting users to various non-craigslist sites.

This issue has been corrected at the source, but many internet service providers (ISPs) cached the false DNS information for several hours, and some may still have incorrect information.

If you are unable to reach the craigslist site, please ask your network provider or tech staff to flush all *.craigslist.org and *.craigslist.com entries (A,CNAME,SOA) from their DNS servers.

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Please help with following Craig'slist issue: I can't reach any receiptant using a Craig'slist mailing address craigslist DNS Outage November 24, 2014 by Jim Buckmaster At approximately 5pm PST Sunday evening the craigslist domain name service (DNS) records maintained at one of our domain registrars were compromised, diverting users to various non-craigslist sites. This issue has been corrected at the source, but many internet service providers (ISPs) cached the false DNS information for several hours, and some may still have incorrect information. If you are unable to reach the craigslist site, please ask your network provider or tech staff to flush all *.craigslist.org and *.craigslist.com entries (A,CNAME,SOA) from their DNS servers. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

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hello, you will have to contact your ISP about that issue (that's the company you're paying for intent access)...

as an alternative set your system to use a different DNS server, like the one google is providing: https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/

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hello, you will have to contact your ISP about that issue (that's the company you're paying for intent access)...

as an alternative set your system to use a different DNS server, like the one google is providing: https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/