Jul 24 2008

Yes, AT&T, we mean you!

Published by at 7:24 am under Hacking,Malware

There’s little or no excuse for someone as big as AT&T to not be patched yet!

Mubix took a shot of his iPhone as proof that AT&T is screwing the pooch on this one. It was suggested recently that the IP shown there might actually be the public IP of the iPhone. Has anyone done any research into this?

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5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Yes, AT&T, we mean you!”

  1. Andy Willinghamon 24 Jul 2008 at 8:16 am

    The servers they use for DSL (at least in Atlanta) are still showing as unpatched.

  2. Shane Castleon 24 Jul 2008 at 10:24 am

    The IP shown there seems to be a DNS server:

    $ dig +short -x 209.183.33.23
    schinetdns.mycingular.net.

    I can’t get the PIE on my WM6 device to run Dan’s checking script, so I can’t supply another data point.

  3. Michael R. Farnumon 24 Jul 2008 at 12:41 pm

    Same here. I use AT&T broadband at the house, and Dan’s script still shows them to be unpatched. Switching the house DHCP to OpenDNS servers.

  4. […] by Dan Kaminsky. I’ve been testing my internet connection every once in a while since I called out AT&T to patch last week and as of Monday it appeared to be safe. Even the 3G connection I’m using right now appears […]

  5. […] by Dan Kaminsky. I’ve been testing my internet connection every once in a while since I called out AT&T to patch last week and as of Monday it appeared to be safe. Even the 3G connection I’m using right now appears […]

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