Recent DNS leak reveals that North Korea has only 28 websites that use the .kp domain name. North Korea’s top-level domain name server (DNS) was accidentally misconfigured to allow global DNS zone transfers, allowing anyone who wants zone transfer request to its nameserver to get a copy of the data.
Compared to other countries, North Korean has got quite small amount of websites and most of the sites are government related. All the DNS zone files were recorded by the TLDR ( TLDR records) project and posted on GitHub.
Here is the list of all the North Korean website:
This data leak shows us a better picture of North Korea’s domains and top level DNS.
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