Sites resolving to 126.96.36.199 were found in our database
7303 188.8.131.52/21 Telecom Argentina S.A.,AR
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:: 2009-09-28 04:55:14 (BRT -03:00)
responsible: Joel A. Chornik
address: Dr. Bernardo de Irigoyen, 380, 1er piso
address: C1072AAH - Capital Federal - BA
phone: +54 11 52367070 
person: Alejandro J. Noriega
address: La Rioja, 301,
address: C1214ADB - Capital Federal - BA
phone: +54 11 43700070 
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"According to http://www.hosts-file.net/ if you access this domain you risk to unwillingly download and install malicious software (virus, trojans, spyware, etc) that may damage your computer."
I'm sick to death of users such as Alexis Kauffman et al, that think it fun to mass-post comments such as the above.
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I've so far identified [ 308 ] records for this IP
WARNING: The IP PTR [ mx2981.godns.net. ] does not resolve. This is considered very bad practice and contravines the RFC Standards. Most legit ISP's will have their PTR's resolve to an IP.