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【转】114DNS到底是啥

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今天我在coding泡友群里和熊小(da)小(da)讨论运营商劫持放广告的事情,然后熊小小各种搜查,最后扯上了了114DNS、接下来长话短说,所以我逆向描述一下发掘的经过来说明我对114DNS的疑问。 114DNS(114.114.114.114,114.114.115.115)是现在被流传的越来越广的可靠的DNS服务,因为可靠所以大家自定义DNS服务器的时候多半会填上前面两个地址(其实关键就是好记吧。。。(多图危险 

然后我们打开114DNS的网站,http://www.114dns.com/,高速,稳定,可靠。然而这并不是重点,请看网页底部的备案信息

Copyright © 南京信风 苏ICP备05071005号-2

重点就是,南京信风,这个公司。

然后请看这两个文档:

http://ift.tt/1M10Cy0

http://ift.tt/1LlKMiv

可能你不愿意阅读那么长的文档,所以我在这里贴一下熊小小截的图(由于是豆丁的ppt所以都有豆丁的水印。。。不要介意)

 

接下来我以信风人员的角度来介绍一下南京信风公司

信风的114DNS是可靠的DNS

信风的业务覆盖广泛

咱信风的功能齐全,可以监控,控制访问,插入广告

咱信风默默无闻为用户做贡献

我们有先进的广告管理系统,你一定会喜欢我给你的广告的!

同时信风还提供P2P监控服务,对您的连接全部细心呵护

我还可以拦截和干扰不听话的VoIP

咱给运营商做宣传,还帮运营商为用户强插广告,真是运营商的好帮手

我们对请求的拦截也是很科学的,用户不会发现被拦截了的。然后广告上门,又赚了一把!

我们一直保证着用户的安全

我们只给用户推送喜欢的广告!

对于用户喜欢的东西的采集我们也是做的很周到的

科学的业务结构

广告内容我们也分门别类哦

你也懂的

你也懂的

接到用户的投诉我们也会乖乖撤掉广告

给你看,我们真的可以针对性地撤广告

广告推送也是有策略的

同时也热切关注用户接受广告的情况

广告投放情况我们都会细心记录好

每个城市都可以设置自己的广告哦

蛤蛤

举个栗子,你可能收到这样的广告(不过为什么我的就是高大上的谷歌广告,看来我这江苏大省对广告的品味还不错)

我们为用户提供温馨的提示

个性化的广告

各省温馨提醒

这一切都是为了国家好

我们还有省级墙

访问量越是高我们越是插广告

潜在市场充分挖掘

永远注意着用户的动态

114DNS是最可靠的DNS

用户喜欢什么我们都知道

精准!要精准!

见缝营销

 

可见信风公司真的是相当屌,能力越大,责任越大,贪念越大,良心越坏,破坏力越强。

 

最后我们再回过头来看一下

114DNS你这个可靠的DNS到底他喵的是什么东西

我不禁回想起在网上多处见到的问答,“–为什么我用了114DNS还是会出现广告啊。  –你那是运营商劫持了吧。”

现在想想,你果然还是被DNS劫持了吧,是被劫持了吧,应该是劫持了吧,我觉得是劫持了吧!

这里附个发掘时发现的地址:信风精确广告营销系统  (22端口开放)你要是可以黑进去的话你就可以上淘宝开广告撤销业务啦蛤蛤蛤蛤蛤蛤蛤蛤蛤蛤蛤!
注:以上所有图片并没有提到其对DNS做了什么手脚,均为其公司旁路监控的附加产物。不过就其附加产物的恶意性来看,其DNS也不会好到哪里去。

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时代周刊2014年Top 10——电视剧集

  • 10. The Knick, “Get the Rope” (Cinemax)【尼克病院S01E07】

     

    The Knick
    Cinemax
    TV, in which the writer-producer rules, isn’t usually considered a director’s medium. But trust Steven Soderbergh to change that: his haunting play with light and dark and his longtime composer Cliff Martinez’s intoxicating score made a hospital drama set in 1900 feel vitally of our moment. The finest hour of the first season, which re-created a race riot in Manhattan’s Tenderloin District, brought alive some the series’ major themes–the integration of the hospital staff and the rise of progressivism–with action that was like a shot of adrenaline to the heart.

     

  • 9. Girls, “Flo” (HBO)【都市女孩S03E09】

     

    Girls
    HBO
    Girls is often at its best in self-contained stories (“One Man’s Trash”) and episodes that step outside Brooklyn (“The Return”). Here, Hannah’s grandmother (the wonderful June Squibb) lays dying in a hospital in the suburbs, Hannah rushes to visit her and the resulting vigil taps a gusher of history and resentment in her extended family. In a comedy about a twentysomething writer beginning life, having Hannah stare down the end of it adds resonance to her situation–a young adult who has already said goodbye to one part of her life, but still isn’t sure what the next part is.

     

  • 8. Outlander, “The Wedding” (Starz)【外乡人S01E07】

     

    Outlander
    Starz
    Here’s something truly different on pay cable: a steamy episode about sex, sex, bow-chicka-wow-wow sex–shown from a woman’s perspective. This episode was the climax, so to speak, of the sci-fi romance between 1940s nurse Clare (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan), the 18th-century Scots warrior she was betrothed to. Making both partners equally subject and object, explorer and explored, their exquisitely staged consummation showed that a TV episode can be radical and hot.

     

  • 7. Review, “Pancakes, Divorce, Pancakes” (Comedy Central)【评论S01E03】

     

    Review
    Comedy Central
    I was skeptical about the premise of Andy Daly’s comedy–TV “life reviewer” Forrest MacNeil has to undertake any experience his viewers suggest. But the third episode, in which Forrest must get his beloved wife to divorce him–bracketed by two bouts of eating absurd amounts of pancakes–pushes past absurdity to establish the show’s own logic, setting up up both an emotional ongoing story arc and some well-earned gastrointestinal distress gags. It’s a half hour of surreal comedy that hits the heart and the stomach.

     

  • 6. Masters of Sex, “Fight” (Showtime)【性爱大师S02E03】

     

    Masters of Sex
    Showtime
    The parallels to Mad Men‘s “The Suitcase”–a period-drama episode about two characters, set on the night of an epic boxing match–must have been obvious to everyone but its creators (who say they hadn’t seen its predecessor). But it’s a very different kind of emotional sparring and clinching that unfold between scientist-lovers Bill and Virginia, who meet for a “research” session at a hotel and end up unfolding personal history in a way that changes their relationship. It’s heavyweight-class intimate combat.

     

  • 5. Game of Thrones, “The Lion and the Rose” (HBO)【权利的游戏S04E02】

     

    Game of Thrones
    HBO
    It’s tempting to think of Game of Thrones in terms of events rather than episodes: The One Where That Guy Gets His Head Smashed, The One With the Red Wedding, and so on. But this–The One Where Joffrey Dies–was great less for the shocker ending than for how, during one of the most awkward royal wedding receptions ever, it laid out the alliances and subterfuges among the attending guests and suggested the horrors of an ascendant Lannister family, all before poor Joff had one cup of wine too many and the game, as well as the throne, changed once again.

     

  • 4. True Detective, “Who Goes There” (HBO)【真探S01E04】

     

    True Detective
    HBO
    A confession: I admired True Detective, Nic Pizzolatto’s Camus-in-the-bayou mystery, but I didn’t love it the way many visitors to Carcosa did–too many flat supporting characters and dorm-room monologues. But it soared on Woody Harrelson and (especially) Matthew McConaughey’s committed performances and the direction of Cary Fukunaga, never more than in this Apocalypse Now of an episode that ended with an extended single tracking shot of an undercover operation gone wrong. The bravura scene made this episode cool; what made it great was how it embedded us inside Detective Rust’s, well, Cohle-dark mindset.

     

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    Bob's Burgers
    Fox
    In this essentially Bobsian episode, the much-put-upon Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin) goes undercover at a convention for grown fans of a kids’ show to recover a lost toy for daughter Tina (Dan Mintz). Hilarity, of course, ensues–but not the make-fun-of-these-nerds kind that would be the easy default (the convention is loosely based on “Bronies,” adult fans of My Little Pony). Instead, “The Equestranauts” manages sympathy for an a-little-too-intense subculture, while showcasing how deft this comedy’s character sketching and voice acting has become–and that, like a rainbow-hued pony, is magic.

     

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    Leftovers
    HBO
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    Mad Men
    AMC
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时代周刊2014年Top 10——科技产品

《时代》杂志日前发布了2014年度 Top 10 Gadgets。以下为今年 Top 10 的科技产品:

  • 10. The Ring Video Doorbell(智能可视门铃)

     

    Doorbot

    Ring
    Imagine the perfect front door. Like a human security guard, it would tell you who was outside and allow you to talk with them before you let them in. The $200 Ring Video Doorbell system does just that: it’s a small ringer with a camera that communicates with your phone, allowing you to see who is outside before you let them in. You can then talk to them as you politely deny them entry, or call out a more civilized “coming!”

     

  • 9. iPad Air 2(平板电脑)

     

    iPad mini

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  • 8. Jawbone UP3(智能手环)

     

    Jawbone's Up3 wristband

    Jawbone’s UP3 wristbandJawbone
    Depending on your view, Jawbone is on the road to making us all super fit athletes or brutally efficient cyborgs who operate by data alone. How many minutes of REM sleep did I get last night? What’s the difference between my heart rate while resting and during a workout? How hydrated am I? How many calories did I burn on my last run? Jawbone UP3 answers all those questions better than any other Jawbone did before. The $179 wearable fits on your wrist and comes in black and silver.

     

  • 7. Mophie Space Pack(iPhone多功能手机壳)

     

    Mophie Space Pack

    Mophie
    The two biggest problems with your iPhone: it runs out of battery too quickly, and it doesn’t store enough music and photos. The Mophie space pack solves both of those issues, adding up to 64GB of extra data and 8 hours talk time to the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. It starts at $149 and is a simple solution to two simple problems.

     

  • 6. HERO4 GoPro(运动摄影机)

     

    GoPro Hero4

    GoPro Hero4Carter Dow Photography/GoPro
    When GoPro went public this year, it proved that a company that perfected the art of recording high-flying exploits could thrive. The HERO4 GoPro builds on the company’s existing technology with improved resolution, upgraded audio systems, and time lapse capabilities for ultra low-light scenes at night. The HERO4 comes in silver and black editions at $399 and $499, respectively, and promises to make videos from the extreme (base jumping, surfing) to the pleasantly mundane (what the world looks like to your dog) even better.

     

  • 5. iPhone 6 Plus(6P)

     

    iPhone 6

    Apple
    Bigger is better, or so the critics cried, calling for Apple to make a supersized phone. That was before Apple quieted them with the release of the iPhone 6 Plus in September, the company’s largest iPhone ever. With an alluring 5.5-inch display that makes it feel something like a portable iPad, the phone is is a challenge to Samsung’s larger models. Along with a powerful 8-megapixel camera and longer battery life, the phone is more a statement than an answer.

     

  • 4. Oculus Rift Development Kit 2(虚拟现实头盔)

     

    Oculus Rift headset

    Courtesy of Oculus VR
    In a matter of months—exactly how many months, we don’t know—consumers will be able to buy Oculus Rift. That’s the promise of the company’s 35-year-old CEO, Brendan Iribe, who is riding high after Facebook purchased his company for $2 billion this year. Rift offers a fully immersive, virtual reality headset, the most promising of its kind, and its second development kit (first available this year) greatly improves the technology to help eliminate simulator sickness and increase resolution.

     

  • 3. DJI Phantom Vision+(带摄像头的四轴遥控飞行器)

     

    DJI Phantom 2 Vision +

    DJI
    Smartphones, hi-tech cameras, and security videos are making the world eminently recordable, allowing us to monitor and revisit our every move. But nothing is pushing the video boundaries as much as camera-wielding drones, and few camera-wielding drones are doing it like the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+. The roughly $1,200 device is expensive, but it’s known for its exceptional flight capabilities and powerful camera—and it’s cheaper than other high-end drones. It allows joyriders to gain a birds-eye view of nearly any terrain.

     

  • 2. SmartThings Starter Kit(智能家居套装)

     

    SmartThings
    From alerting you when your kids get home from school to brewing your coffee before you wake up, the connected home promises to be the invisible aide we’ve always wanted. Few smart home companies are doing it as well as SmartThings, which offers a $200 kit that connects inanimate objects in your house to your phone. Use it to attach sensors to your home and program smart objects from locks to crockpots and soon you’ll be living like the Jetsons. This year, the company was bought by Samsung and announced a new phone app interface.

     

  • 1. Apple Watch(苹果智能手表)

     

    Apple Watch

    Apple
    The Apple Watch wants to do to your wrist what the iPhone did to your pocket: stick a computer there. For at least $349, watchwearers will access apps, weather, photos, texts, emails, payments and, through Apple’s HomeKit software, control thermostats, door locks, televisions and lights. The watch’s sleek interface is mounted on a customizable strap, and it actually doesn’t make you look like a geek. First revealed this year but not on store shelves for a few more months, it’s a daring foray into the wearable market: Apple could be the first company to make wearable computers ubiquitous.

     

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