9.11 can't validate sss.gov

Timothy A. Holtzen tah at NebrWesleyan.edu
Mon Jan 22 16:08:07 UTC 2018

I've informed the selective service (sss.gov) of the issue.  They have
supposedly passed it on to their "web support group".  We will see if
anything happens but I'm not holding my breath.  At least a government
agency should have more influence to get qwest to fix their servers than
I do.

Timothy A. Holtzen
Campus Network Administrator
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Public PGP key CFB4 3AE8 B726 DEBF 00D9  CCFC 426E 76AF DABC B3D7

On 01/19/2018 05:04 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
> Yes, qwest were informed years ago that there severs are broken. Report this to the .gov site operators.  The servers return BADVERS to the queries which was never part of the EDNS spec and is a invention of the servers developers. FORMERR was permissible by STD13  but this was tightened when the EDNS spec was revised to say ignore unknown EDNS options. 

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