US DOJ victim letter

PC paul4004 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 15:34:12 CST 2012


Knowing it's JS, I looked at the source, and here's the "rogue" ranges:

var IP_RANGES = [
    [[85, 255, 112, 0], [85, 255, 127, 255]],
    [[67, 210, 0, 0], [67, 210, 15, 255]],
    [[93, 188, 160, 0], [93, 188, 167, 255]],
    [[77, 67, 83, 0], [77, 67, 83, 255]],
    [[213, 109, 64, 0], [213, 109, 79, 255]],
    [[64, 28, 176, 0], [64, 28, 191, 255]]
];



On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 2:19 PM, Chris Adams <cmadams at hiwaay.net> wrote:

> Once upon a time, Andrew D. Dibble <adibble at quantcast.com> said:
> > FBI seems to have a list of netblocks hosting rogue DNS servers here:
> > https://forms.fbi.gov/check-to-see-if-your-computer-is-using-rogue-DNS
>
> So should I try to type in all the IPs on my network, one at a time?  Oh
> wait, that page requires Javascript to check an IP; like I'm going to
> allow the FBI to run JS on my computer.
>
> --
> Chris Adams <cmadams at hiwaay.net>
> Systems and Network Administrator - HiWAAY Internet Services
> I don't speak for anybody but myself - that's enough trouble.
>
>


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