Why the hell is my server @ ipodtouchmaster.com?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by H3X, Apr 25, 2008.

  1. H3X

    H3X New Member

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    This is my server. Why the hell is it accepting the DNS from my server.

    I took a screenshot for proof. I want someone to PM me who knows what is going on.

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    As you can see OpenRepo is there along with a few of my other projects.

    I am not necessarily mad more just curious as to why and what the hell i only use this for developing purposes. Also it's not like I give the adress out to everyone.

    Also, no one should be able to access the core scripts because they are on ftp so its not a big deal. If somehow anything is changed, however, I am taking legal action.
  2. H3X

    H3X New Member

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    Oh wait, the server is set to localhost. But why?
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    spoonforknife Retired Moderator

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    Wow. That is bizarre.
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    drkassassin New Member

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    iptm hexorred you
    yes i used hex instead of hax lol
  5. personman1

    personman1 Banned

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    I'm starting to think that you have something to do with his site coming down even if it was by accident.
  6. H3X

    H3X New Member

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    No what I mean is I checked his DNS it is set to a localhost port (4400) and whoever is hosting/administrating his account doesn't know what's going on.

    Basically the same thing displays on ipodtouchmaster.com that would display on your localhost:80 or localhost:8080 site.

    It is not linking itself to an IP for example 14.75.17.84 but to a port in this case 4400 which is local on your computer.

    So it will be different for everybody who goes there depending if they have a localhost:80 or localhost:8080 set up on their computer.

    This probably happened ipodtouchmaster, who clearly doesn't know anything about web, tried to extend their bandwidth after the site crashed.

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