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RFC2606

RFC2606 states: Confusion and conflict can be caused by the use of a current or future top level domain name in experimentation or testing, as an example in documentation, to indicate invalid names, or as a synonym for the loop back address. Test and experimental software can escape and end up being run against the global operational DNS. Even examples used "only" in documentation can end up being coded and released or cause conflicts due to later real use and the possible acquisition of intellectual property rights in such "example" names.

Favourite usernames hit list of RFC2606 ignorants at noone.org

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    468 noone
    308 danielle
    255 jagaflaga
    202 jojpojpojpoj
    155 trust
    102 jr325
     89 justme
     63 123456
     57 noneya
     56 no...
     36 no
     30 none
     25 blosxom
     24 yourfriend
     23 wmnooneat
     23 BradLevine
     22 smuch
     21 OctavioLe
     19 nobody
     19 AlbertoWright
     17 none1
     15 anyone
     14 whocares
     14 ShaunRoberts
     14 niranjan
     14 juanadie
     14 Dure-manuel
     13 somewhere
     12 noonen
     12 LionelWinters
     12 JesseParks
     12 AllanRice
     11 KeithCosta
     11 john.doe
     10 youfrien
     10 AlexCabrera
      9 me
      8 TraceyMclaughlin
      8 petgord34truew
      8 griffen393
      8 goaway
      8 GilVaughn
      8 barrow
      7 someone
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      7 orgsomeone
      7 DesmondCalhoun
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      6 ShaunMercer
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      6 jinx
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      6 colinpham
      6 antispam
      6 alt.binaries.pictured
      6 admin
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      5 nowhere
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      5 info
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      5 aalbert
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      4 dfa
      4 asd
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      4 ansdigressrhenish
      4 andimrhyde
      3 whosbetterthanme
      3 server
      3 jdoe
      3 janedoe
      3 crow
      3 comerwmnooneat
      3 adolfobyproductdoge
      2 YOURFRIEND
      2 yes
      2 wmandersen
      2 winstonmcdowell
      2 validemail
      2 testy
      2 tedashley
      2 support
      2 shermanlevine
      2 shaunroberts
      2 russelmcpherson
      2 petefinley
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      2 oscaredwards
      2 olivermeyers
      2 oe
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      2 nobodynn
      2 nathanlin
      2 mrwhocares
      2 mathewriddle
      2 masongates
      2 marcusharper
      2 lessoto
      2 keithprice
      2 joshalvarez
      2 johnniemurray
      2 joeblow
      2 jamiechurch
      2 james
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      2 eugenewinters
      2 email
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      2 douglaskelly
      2 doughenderson
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      2 darrinhudson
      2 chuckcactusfuneral
      2 brainwagner
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      2 andimr_hyde
      2 adamtanner
      2 abcdef

Conclusion

Only use domain names specified in RFC2606 as default values or examples for URLs, e-mail addresses or any other value including hostnames. Do not use domains like noone.org, somewhere.com, donotreply.com, etc. The postmasters and webmasters of those domains will be thankful. (Greetings to Kee Hinckley and Chet Faliszek! ;-)


Copyright © 2007 by Axel Beckert (abe@noone.org)
Last static modification: 07-Jan-16, 16:56 (CET)