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Greetings,
@huguei thanks for the API update.
For the record, the update @ line 24 should read:
my @all_tlds = Net::Domain::TLD::tlds; for my $tld ( sort @all_tlds ) {

Please note the extra my at the beginning of yours. :)
Here's the listing my run returned:
.kr 222.231.8.226 .mp 65.99.230.31 .ph 203.119.6.168 .st 94.254.0.40 .sy 91.144.20.76 .tk 71.6.218.116 .tk 209.126.220.134 .tk 216.75.44.103 .tk 71.6.218.118 .tk 71.6.218.113 .tk 66.240.232.110 .tk 216.75.55.110 .to 208.73.210.178 .ws 64.70.19.33

hoowee! will 'ya look at all those .tk entries!
For those running Sendmail, it may be of interest to note, that opening your access file and entering the following, will send an informative bounce message to any addresses returned by this script, that you choose to add to it. For example, using the ones above, might look like this:
222.231.8.226: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 65.99.230.31: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 203.119.6.168: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 94.254.0.40: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 91.144.20.76: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 71.6.218.116: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 209.126.220.134: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 216.75.44.103: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 71.6.218.118: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 71.6.218.113: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 208.73.210.178: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!" 64.70.19.33: ERROR:"550 BOGUS MX DETECTED!"

If you're fortunate enough to be running a *BSD boxen,
assuming you're already in /etc/mail
run
# make aliases.db
Done! :)
Thanks @grinder for this great script!
--Chris
#!/usr/bin/perl -Tw
use perl::always;
my $perl_version = "5.12.4";
print $perl_version;

In reply to Re^2: tldwild - display TLDs that employ DNS wildcards by taint
in thread tldwild - display TLDs that employ DNS wildcards by grinder

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