black hat .cn networks
adrian at creative.net.au
Tue May 8 10:55:00 UTC 2001
On Tue, May 08, 2001, neil d. quiogue wrote:
> I don't think the encoding matters much since one is sending from a
> non-Big5/SJIS encoding to Big5/SJIS encoding and those that support
> Big5/SJIS support the other encodings. The other way around might be a
> problem though.
> But the nonresponse is a valid concern. I wonder if I'll be censored soon.
> Neil D. Quiogue
> PSINet Hong Kong Ltd.
How about a line translated which says something like:
"To translate this from English to your local language, please
So, how about we get imput as to the best English-Japanese
translation service online, and then *cough* attempt to
standardise on contacting chinese networks this way?
They might appreciate the effort. Well, we can then at least
say "hey, we TRIED, right?" before the more drastic measures
are pulled. But if we agree on a decent translation website URL they can
go to, we can get some human-translated chinese to cut and paste
As much as I'd like to point out the internet is still very english-centric,
we should really make an effort before stamping them as unresponsive.
> "Information and attachments herein are intended for the named recipients
> only. It may contain attorney-client privileged or confidential matter.
> If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender
> immediately, and destroy the original message. Do not disclose the
> contents to anyone. Thank you."
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dan Hollis" <goemon at anime.net>
> To: "Wing Wong" <dualwing at pacbell.net>
> Cc: <nanog at merit.edu>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2001 4:50 PM
> Subject: RE: black hat .cn networks
> > On Tue, 8 May 2001, Wing Wong wrote:
> > > On Mon, 7 May 2001, Dan Hollis wrote:
> > > > On Tue, 8 May 2001, Paul Lantinga wrote:
> > > > > Justin, et al, do you have any *proof* that these attacks are coming
> > > > > Chinese attackers on Chinese machines?
> > > > We may never know since mainland china admins never respond to abuse
> > > Ever consider the possibility that the admins in question don't
> > > English? It'd be like if someone sends you a Big5 or SJIS encoded
> > > complaining about spam or cracks and all you see is binary jiberish on
> > > your screen.
> > > Even romanized communications would be difficult to understand.
> > I can use babelfish, why can't they?
> > Yes, babelfish is less than perfect, but I can usually grok the gist of an
> > email.
> > And if babelfish isnt good enough, there's others.
> > FWIW I've had a chinese friend in canada send a BIG5 email once and the
> > same -- no response.
> > -Dan
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