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Thu Apr 9 20:55:04 UTC 2015
--- skhosla at neutraldata.com wrote:
From: Sameer Khosla <skhosla at neutraldata.com>
Was just reading
then checking my routing tables.
Looks like the two /23's they mention are now being
advertised as /24's, and I'm also not sure why cisco
published the ssh attack dictionary.
The authors lost some of their credibility when they
wrote "Since then two class C networks have been..."
At least they used slash notation for the rest of the
If cisco won't stop using this terminology how will
we get others to stop? Should I point them to
where they can see when a Class C (when it was a
valid term) is all addresses that start with 110
in their leading bits and are in this range:
192.0.0.0 - 184.108.40.206. The addresses mentioned
are from the historical Class A range even!
Grrrr, a pet peeve of mine. Someone here says
Class C and I ask them how a Class C is defined
and then launch into the whole story. The short
of it is they never use that phrase around me
Last "Gone are the days when detectors and protectors
can sit on the Internet’s sidelines when a group is
brazenly attacking a wide range of systems around the
world. [...] Cisco and Level 3 Communications agreed
that it was time to step in and make it stop. "
Declaration of war? I'm getting my popcorn ready.
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