Denial of service attacks apparently from UUNET Netblocks
Greg A. Woods
woods at most.weird.com
Tue Oct 7 15:38:14 UTC 1997
[ On Tue, October 7, 1997 at 10:40:57 (-0300), James deleskie wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Denial of service attacks apparently from UUNET Netblocks
> > I would not be surprised if the caller's phone number were logged, most
> > modern modem banks talk ANIS and DNIS, which if I'm remembering correctly
> > is basically caller ID. I'm thinking of putting this on our POP, as there
> > doesn't seem to be an extra charge to get the data from the telco.
> I would have to disagree, in Canada anyway, the telco charges extra for these features, andand while
> the modemracks will support it few if any ISP are gonna spend the $$$ for it.
> Until of course they are attacked and loose business and then the VP's the cost
> of NOT having it.
Exactly. Just because the telco charges for ANI service (and maybe it
requires extra cost options in the NAS) is no excuse for not having it
fully implemented and securely logged. Not doing so is negligent
(perhaps not criminally so, but probably enough to get named as a party
to any action against the perpetrators, assuming they can be discovered
without such logs).
Greg A. Woods
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