Is there anyone from ASPEWS on this list?

Alex Lanstein ALanstein at FireEye.com
Fri Dec 11 11:55:46 CST 2009


>>>Also, the fact that Atrivo is *dead* and this
>>>stuff is still listed means that anyone who gets
>>>those blocks from ARIN next are basically screwed

Why would you say Atrivo is dead?

root at localhost --- {~}  nslookup www.googleadservices.com 85.255.114.83
Server:         85.255.114.83
Address:        85.255.114.83#53

Name:   www.googleadservices.com
Address: 67.210.14.113

root at localhost --- {~}
root at localhost --- {~}  nslookup www.googleadservices.com 8.8.4.4
Server:         8.8.4.4
Address:        8.8.4.4#53

Non-authoritative answer:
www.googleadservices.com        canonical name = adservices.google.com.
adservices.google.com   canonical name = adservices.l.google.com.
Name:   adservices.l.google.com
Address: 74.125.19.96

Regards,

Alex Lanstein
FireEye, Inc.
________________________________________
From: William Pitcock [nenolod at systeminplace.net]
Sent: Friday, December 11, 2009 3:36 AM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Is there anyone from ASPEWS on this list?

Hi,

ASPEWS is listing 216.83.32.0/20 as being associated with the whole
Atrivo incident of 2008.  My memory does not recall 216.83.32.0/20 being
involved, nor the provider that belongs to.

So it'd be cool if I could you know, talk to someone who has involvement
with that, because frankly, I do not see why it is listed as having any
involvement with Atrivo.  Also, the fact that Atrivo is *dead* and this
stuff is still listed means that anyone who gets those blocks from ARIN
next are basically screwed.  Which kind of sucks.

William



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