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Not really "hacking", not even close.
I can also open a sub-domain on my personal server and call it: google.com.eliram.com
This will make my domain appear in the whois search for the sub-string "google.com" as well.
Did I hack google by doing that? Not quite.

But it's funny, non the less.

Can google or microsoft do anything about that? no. Just as it's improbable that they act against me because I mentioned google.com in this response.

This also has nothing to do with true DNS poisoning, by the way. Totally different thing.

Uri L.

Hi Eliram,
Thanks for the clarification :) Well, i guess it's just a non item after all..

Mark Vane

Hi, Found a cool news widget for our blogs at http://www.widgetmate.com/news . Now I can show the latest news on my blog. Worked like a breeze.

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