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    Reverse Ip.. What sites server hosts !!

    hello
    well i have a server
    i need a little help with an issue
    there is some various sites the provides a service >> which shows you what websites the server hosts :
    for example whois.sc/serverip
    so anybody how does this work !?!? and there is a way to prevent it from Getting the Sites hosted ?!

    thx in advance

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    http://www.dnsstuff.com

    As to preventing your site from being listed - http://www.silfreed.net/download/scissors/scissors.pdf

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    So... you want to prevent a site from being hosted? I'm a bit confused...
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    all what i mean.. that anybody can list all the sites in the Nameserver
    can i prevent that ?!

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    Uhmmm

    Yeah

    Don't use DNS.

    just say

    go to http://70.85.13.218

    By not having your site showup in a nameserver you'll have to delete your site, or just host it from a IP and no domain.
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    no, you cant and it is pretty pointless to have a website that you want no one to go to. google will find everything if you want restricted access use a password. or make it an internal webpage and hae people VPN into your network first.
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    There was a 'full-disclosure' thread on this recently:
    http://www.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lis...5-06/0169.html <--archive

    I suppose they regularly download zone files (as published by Verisign
    and others), and perform A record lookups on all listed domains.
    Probably they try domains prefixed with "www" as well.

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    Originally posted here by |gridley|
    There was a 'full-disclosure' thread on this recently:
    http://www.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lis...5-06/0169.html <--archive
    thats exactly what i wanted to ask...
    and if there is a way to get rid of that

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    If you don't want your site indexed, use a robots.txt file or use meta tags to tell indexing spiders not to index the site.

    You can run a site without a DNS record. However, the IP block your ISP owns will always be resolvable. Take a look at ASN and you'll have an idea about what I'm saying. While yoursite.com may never exist, if you ride Verizon's network, someone will be able to resolve this.
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    hello
    well i have a server
    i need a little help with an issue
    there is some various sites the provides a service >> which shows you what websites the server hosts :
    for example whois.sc/serverip
    so anybody how does this work !?!? and there is a way to prevent it from Getting the Sites hosted ?!

    thx in advance
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