91.201.64.0/22 hijacked?

Georgios Theodoridis gtheo at iti.gr
Wed Sep 5 05:34:24 CDT 2012


I was wondering if there is a repository with references of prefix 
hijack cases.
We would like to use such information for a BGP anomaly detection 
analysis that we are carrying out in our research centre.
Unfortunately, apart from the well known cases (Youtube-Pakistan case in 
2008 and the China case in 2010, neither of which is an actual hijack, 
since they both took place due to misconfigurations and not due to 
malicious cyber attacks) there is lack of ground truth information that 
can be used for the validation of our techniques.

Thank you very much in advance,

George
.
On 4/9/2012 11:34 ??, Schiller, Heather A wrote:
> It does not sound as though the original holders of the space know/care - if they are out of business, they probably don't care.  If they are actively involved in it, then it's not a hijack.  If they haven't updated their company name/website, then it's not a hijack, just poor record keeping.
>
> If you suspect the address space is abandoned, or hijacked, report it to RIPE.  It may not get deallocated and reassinged until a few months after the bill stops getting paid.
>
>   --Heather
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeroen van Aart [mailto:jeroen at mompl.net]
> Sent: Friday, August 31, 2012 2:39 PM
> To: NANOG list
> Subject: 91.201.64.0/22 hijacked?
>
> The below email exchange may be of interest to some of you. The practical upshot is that it appears "the 91.201.64.0/22 range was hijacked and should be included into the DROP list".
>
> As an interesting aside, quoting a friend:
>
> "the original company (that performed dangerous waste utilization) may have been a shady thing in and of itself (..) what most companies calling themselves "ecoservice" (with variations) do is take money for "safe utilisation" of hazardous waste, and then dump it in some old quarry out in the remote (or not so remote) corner of a forest or other natural area (..) they always have criminal links and protection from corrupts officials (often co-owners) and security/law enforcement services"
>
>
>> From: Jeroen van Aart
>> there is
>> nothing but crap coming from 91.201.64.0/24. Amongst other things
>> attempts to spam (through) wordpress sites.
>> inetnum:         91.201.64.0 - 91.201.67.255
>> netname:         Donekoserv
>> descr:           DonEkoService Ltd
> Don - name of the nearby large river.
> "EkoService" means ecological service.
>
>> country:         RU
>> org:             ORG-DS41-RIPE
>>
>> person:         Haralevich Piotr
>> address:        novocherkassk, ul stremyannaya d.6
>> mnt-by:         MNT-DONECO
>> phone:          +74951000000
> nic-hdl: HP2220-RIPE
> changed: admin at donecoserv.ru 20101117
>
> The company performed dangerous waste utilization:
> http://donekoservis.alloy.ru/contacts/
> http://www.idbo.ru/view/72321/
> But domains donecoserv.ru and donekoservis.ru don't exist anymore.
>
> traceroute 91.201.64.14
> ...
> 11 router02.spbbm18.ru.edpnet.net (212.71.11.26) 65.979 ms 65.971 ms
> 66.182 ms
> 12 77.109.110.62.static.edpnet.net (77.109.110.62) 88.868 ms 47.809 ms 47.715ms
> 13 195.2.240.234 (195.2.240.234)  48.235 ms  48.546 ms  48.664 ms
> 14 ajursrv.parohod.biz (95.215.0.206)  47.957 ms  47.752 ms  47.606 ms
> 15 mail.rx-helps.com (91.201.64.14)  48.206 ms  48.302 ms  48.237 ms
>
> SPb (Sankt-Peterburg) is 1500 km from Novocherkassk.
> parohod.biz also is in Sankt-Peterburg, they offer SEO (which I consider fraud, spamming websites and search engines).
>
> Also, see
> http://support.clean-mx.de/clean-mx/[email protected]&response=
> http://www.spambotsecurity.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=795
>
> http://unapprovedpharmacy.wordpress.com/2011/01/03/whois-www-canadianmedsshop-com/
> | January 3, 2011
> ...
> | inetnum: 91.201.64.0  91.201.67.255
> | netname: Donekoserv
> | descr: DonEkoService Ltd
> | country: RU
> | org: ORG-DS41-RIPE
> ...
> | organisation: ORG-DS41-RIPE
> | org-name: DonEko Service
> | org-type: OTHER
> | address: novocherkassk, ul stremyannaya d.6
> | e-mail: admin at bulletproof-web.com
>
> Note "bulletproof".
>
> Therefore, the 91.201.64.0/22 range was hijacked and should be included into the DROP list.
>
>



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