Latest instalment of the "hijacked /16s" story

michael.dillon at michael.dillon at
Wed Jun 18 10:32:35 UTC 2008

> >
> > This time 128.168/16 - and by the same group that seems to have 
> > acquired control of the earlier one.
> luckily, there is no black market in address space.  or at 
> least so the theory goes on arin and ripe public policy lists.

No, the theory goes that there *IS* a black market and changing ARIN
or RIPE policies to make it a white market would be a bad idea. Better 
to help ARIN to document the fact that this is not a valid allocation
so that they can recover the block.

--Michael Dillon

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