North Korean DNS Leak reveals North Korean websites

One of North Korea’s top level DNS servers was mis-configured today (20th September 2016) accidentally allowing global DNS zone transfers. This allowed anyone who makes a zone transfer request (AXFR) to retrieve a copy of the nation’s top level DNS data.

The TLDR project attempts zone transfers against all top level domain (TLD) nameservers every two hours and keep a running Github repo with the resulting data for historical purposes.

This data showed there are 28 domains configured inside North Korea, here is the list:

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