SMURF amplifier block list
ras at poppa.clubrich.tiac.net
Sun Apr 12 09:41:36 UTC 1998
Heh - since Carl has wasted alot of his time providing a brief list of
sites that he has identified as smurf amplifiers, - and since you brought
up a very good point of creating a more "searchab;e" list with perhaps
some contact information - why don't you apply the needed changes (as you
see the need) - I think Carl has done enough - and i bet whois.arin.net
works just as well for you...
just a thought mind you
On Sat, 11 Apr 1998, Michael Dillon wrote:
> On Sat, 11 Apr 1998, Sean M. Doran wrote:
> > This is a monumental admission: I think Karl is doing the right thing.
> However there are a couple of minor flaws that could be fixed.
> One is to sort the list by IP address to make it easier for folks to scan
> through and see if they recognize any addresses of companies that they
> have some contact with. Even better would be to include the netblock names
> from whois.arin.net.
> And the other is to include the URL of a website that explains how to fix
> the problem. This makes it a whole lot easier to explain to people.
> P.S. maybe there is a 3rd flaw.... Maybe the list should be posted to
> alt.2600 as well? >:->
> Michael Dillon - Internet & ISP Consulting
> http://www.memra.com - E-mail: michael at memra.com
I am nothing if not net-Q! - ras at poppa.clubrich.tiac.net
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