Quarantine your infected users spreading malware
jes at nl.demon.net
Thu Mar 2 11:00:44 UTC 2006
On Tue 28 Feb 2006 (19:29 +0000), Christopher L. Morrow wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Feb 2006, Bill Nash wrote:
> > The simplest method is to issue a different gateway to a registry of known
> > offenders, forcing their into a restrictive environment that blocks all
> > ports, and uses network translation tricks to redirect all web traffic to
> > a portal.
> > For cable modems and bridged DSL, you can do this with DHCP, matching
> > their MAC address. PPPOE/DSL or similiar, you match on user name.
> > Issue RFC1918 space with a gateway to your quarantine network.
> > The rest is NAT/PAT and w3proxy stunts. You could pull it off with
> > something as simple as iptables and squid, after dealing with the DHCP or
> > authentication servers (ala Radius) to issue to the correct credentials.
> yes, I could dream up a few hundred ways to accomplish this, but the
> 'documentation' at the site referenced doesn't address even one way. So,
> saying 'it works' and 'it works for carriers' and 'yea us!' is not
> helpful, without some example of 'how' :(
You did think of contacting them and asking? You know, e-mail, fax,
telephone, that sort of thing?
The first time I mentioned this company, I said that it is used to put
infected customers into a virtual router where all their internet
traffic is proxied via a server. which blocks unwanted addresses,
answers web requests not to designated servers from an internal
service - so going to google.com brings up the page explaining why
your account is quarantined.
The specifics of connecting it to your network, oddly enough, probably
will depend on how your network is built, which is why you might need
to contact them.
I thought this was a network operator's mailing list, not a
Jim Segrave jes at nl.demon.net
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