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ideasbuenas at gmail.com
Fri Jul 4 22:42:55 UTC 2014
Do a Whois lookup of the addreses I gave u before and check that all of
this resolve to markmonitor. s3-us-west-2-w.amazonaws.com
> edge-star-shv-04-gru1.facebook.com st
just when I was visiting www.lemonde.fr ?
On Fri, Jul 4, 2014 at 4:51 PM, Geoff Down <geoffdown at fastmail.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 4, 2014, at 04:51 PM, ideas buenas wrote:
> > Visiting the same website with Tor or normal Firefox its gave me the same
> So this is nothing to do with Tor.
> > Remote Address:
> > s3-us-west-2-w.amazonaws.com
> > ec2-174-129-247-121.compute-1.amazonaws.com
> > edge-star-shv-04-gru1.facebook.com
> > as an example.
> >While ones repeat themselves in both browsers, others not.
> That's not particularly unusual - the website you are visiting is seeing
> accesses from different countries, and so may be serving slightly
> different content to suit those countries.
> It may also server slightly different content at different times.
> > One class of unidentifies servers are the ones that not respond to a
> > whois lookup.
> If you mean that there is no Whois entry for
> s3-us-west-2-w.amazonaws.com , for example, that is normal: Whois only
> provides data for second-level domains (in this case amazonaws.com),
> not subdomains of those. Also of course some Top-Level-Domains (.eu,.au
> for example) provided only limited information - which they are
> entitled to do.
> > Other class use an address that not resolve in whois with that
> > address and instead belongs to other
> I don't understand this, sorry. Can you give an example?
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