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  • It looks like Verizon Wirless recently rolled out a new version of their web application but forget to test the non-www configuration:

    http://verizonwireless.com/ 

    At the moment, loading the non-www version of verizonwireless.com loads a "iPlanetTM Web Server, Enterprise Edition 6.0" screen. Oops.



  • [quote user="bradley.holt"]

    It looks like Verizon Wirless recently rolled out a new version of their web application but forget to test the non-www configuration:

    http://verizonwireless.com/ 

    At the moment, loading the non-www version of verizonwireless.com loads a "iPlanetTM Web Server, Enterprise Edition 6.0" screen. Oops.

    [/quote]I guess they fixed it in the 5 minutes since you posted.



  • It works here though.

    But I think Alex might be asked to delete this post because it discloses a vulnerability in their tube.



  • [quote user="RayS"][quote user="bradley.holt"]

    It looks like Verizon Wirless recently rolled out a new version of their web application but forget to test the non-www configuration:

    http://verizonwireless.com/ 

    At the moment, loading the non-www version of verizonwireless.com loads a "iPlanetTM Web Server, Enterprise Edition 6.0" screen. Oops.

    [/quote]I guess they fixed it in the 5 minutes since you posted.
    [/quote]

    I'm getting a different iPlanet page now. I wonder if it's a DNS issue? If I ping verizonwireless.com I get 162.115.227.90.
     



  • I am still getting the iPlanet page but my coworker is not.



  • [quote user="bradley.holt"][quote user="RayS"][quote user="bradley.holt"]

    It looks like Verizon Wirless recently rolled out a new version of their web application but forget to test the non-www configuration:

    http://verizonwireless.com/ 

    At the moment, loading the non-www version of verizonwireless.com loads a "iPlanetTM Web Server, Enterprise Edition 6.0" screen. Oops.

    [/quote]I guess they fixed it in the 5 minutes since you posted.
    [/quote]

    I'm getting a different iPlanet page now. I wonder if it's a DNS issue? If I ping verizonwireless.com I get 162.115.227.90.
     

    [/quote]

    nslookup returns these - 162.115.163.90, 162.115.227.90 



  • [quote user="kuroshin"][quote user="bradley.holt"][quote user="RayS"][quote user="bradley.holt"]

    It looks like Verizon Wirless recently rolled out a new version of their web application but forget to test the non-www configuration:

    http://verizonwireless.com/ 

    At the moment, loading the non-www version of verizonwireless.com loads a "iPlanetTM Web Server, Enterprise Edition 6.0" screen. Oops.

    [/quote]I guess they fixed it in the 5 minutes since you posted.
    [/quote]

    I'm getting a different iPlanet page now. I wonder if it's a DNS issue? If I ping verizonwireless.com I get 162.115.227.90.
     

    [/quote]

    nslookup returns these - 162.115.163.90, 162.115.227.90 

    [/quote]

    Interesting, it looks like the first IP is configured correctly but the second one is not.



  • There are lots of sites that don't care about that for some absurd reason. My university doesn't even have an IP address associated with unt.edu. Since I have OpenDNS, I get an OpenDNS error page, but I think with other DNS resolution services the browser will automatically try www.unt.edu afterwards.


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