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On 12/01/2010 10:40 AM, Richard Pieri wrote:
> Interesting story, not because of who or what, but the point made down =
near the end:
> "One of them has to do with trust. With the current setup, we are putti=
ng our trust in the DNS servers like OpenDNS, Google DNS etc. to point us=
 to the right direction when we want to access a website."
> Brought up because of the point made previously about "helpful" DNS red=
irects.  Can you really trust a DNS provider that rewrites RRs behind you=
r back?
I would agree with this statement to some extent, but you need some form
of hierarchy both in the assignment of addresses as well as names as
well as name lookup. The current DNS system is a bit outmoded, but I
think a P2P system would not work well either.

Jerry Feldman <gaf-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
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