BGP offloading (fixing legacy router BGP scalability issues)
colinj at gt86car.org.uk
Fri Apr 3 18:58:49 UTC 2015
portscanning on mass scale where unable to get knowledgable network/sysadmins to fix gets to the point of every part of large network ranges are affected. then country blocks make sense to protect countries from armies of exploited machines and protect valuable costly network resource
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> On 3 Apr 2015, at 19:22, Bacon Zombie <baconzombie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is port scanning illegal in China?
> If not the there is no reason for then to do anything about it.
>> On 3 Apr 2015 19:00, "Barry Shein" <bzs at world.std.com> wrote:
>>> On April 2, 2015 at 14:19 goemon at anime.net (goemon at anime.net) wrote:
>>> a number of years back i did have someone contact in chinese and the
>>> response was that the customer was doing nothing wrong.
>> Ok, that's progress of a sort, what's the authoritative source of
>> right and wrong, something beyond "c'mon it's obvious!"?
>> -Barry Shein
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