PyFunceble if any test value = active Set result equal ACTIVE
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But pyf is defiently on the right track :) I'm still "just" missing the (IN)ACTIVE based on
whois expirer date alone
there should be a ticket somewhere for that one :smiling_face_with_3_hearts:
That's not complicated to write but ..... It's still open doors for constant issues report in the future
My only problem: From the moment I'll allow the complete deactivation of the dns lookup subsystem, test result may not reflect what people think .... But yeah I could introduce that as a secret option first
Yeah who likes to open a door for phishing or actually spyware/keylogger etc to alter there DNS between records...
You are right... But on the other hand WHOIS records are not necessarily up-to-date nor accurate sometime... I remember seeing some domains which were supposed to be expired long time ago but that still answers to DNS resolution...
damned... that is a falsely dns cache then..... guesses it was something
cloudflare dns... they had that issue before dns day
as they was over caching
but for ensuring that case it might rather be if any of
@this_record equal alive set
I was speaking in years or even decades ... Not months or week...
But yeah it's still a hard decision... I may make it available but always give a message to warn people...
But that one will generate another pitfall.... subdomain/url != domain.tld...
I'll transcript this one to the mypdns board to keep it in the dark to we have found the combo and tested it probably
and damned... years for a cached domain.... that is seriously miss-configuration of a recursion -- process