Hello, i’ve an application that send private data by connecting each time to random subdomains , example
kjakjdha.example.com k324873.example.com , is there a way to block *.example.com ? The ip associated with these subdomains change often so entering the ip directly is not a viable solution.
7 years later and we are still at the same place !! no solution for this simple option !!
I hope this problem is resolved before I die… I hope I can use it even for one day only!
Tell them the number of days you have left so they can add it to their planning on the day number minus 1 … lol
Maybe it is the only way to convince them to do it at the end
Am I dreaming?
Was this problem fixed in the latest version v126.96.36.19962?
I’ve tried to block a “Host Name” (without *), and it actually blocked the domain and all its sub-domain names !!
Thank you very much Comodo team :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU
No it is not possible to use wildcards when creating a hostname type rule and so you are seeing the over blocking issue as I have explained in another thread:
Host name works too good in that comodo will use every IP address starting from the lowest resolved address to the highest resolved address of a domain at the time of performing a DNS lookup, even IP addresses that are not assigned to the domain. e.g. if you were to block
yahoo.com every IP address within range 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206 will be blocked. Hence using host name is useless and pointless especially when a host name resolves outside the initial address block at time of creating the host name rule. Also I think host name only works on parent domains and not sub domains, in your case live.com is the domain while “login” is a sub-domain of live.com. It is a long time reported bug that more than likely will never be fixed.
Oh, I see…
Thank you for the clarification.