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Old 13th January 2010
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Default blocking rapidshare

hi,

i have installed openbsd 4.6.

i would like to block rapidshare by adding some DNS record..
i could also block their ip range, but this might change overtime..

so if someone want to go to rapidshare.com, they will send a dns request with rapidshare.com in it..

can i add a record somewhere so that they will be given the wrong ip?
(like 127.0.0.1)
i added this record to my /etc/hosts file already. will this do the trick?
when i ping rapidshare.com it is pinging to 127.0.0.1 but i dont know for all the users..

thx!
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