DOS for hire issues

Raymond Dijkxhoorn raymond at prolocation.net
Thu Dec 15 07:40:35 UTC 2016


Hai!

Many hosting providers and esp's experience that same issue.

After many discussions at maawg (www.maawg.org) a community efford was founded and supported by a few very big esp's helping to optimize their signup proces and implementing customer vetting. 

Much can be done on that end to bring down abuse issues. 

There is also a community database included where you can 'report' these bad actors. So other people wont run into the same miscreants over and over.

If you make effords to keep bad guys out by tightening up your signup proces things do tend to get better.

Posting on list since i hope, just like we tell people to implement bcp38, more people will look into cleaning things at the far beginning of the chain.

If you want to make the world a better place i think 

Thanks,
Raymond Dijkxhoorn

(You can find more about it on the e-hawk site (www.e-hawk.net). 

Just posting this single url, since i dont know any others that will help you out with that. If other people do know please post offlist to me do i can also recommend that wherever i can. 

> Op 14 dec. 2016 om 23:19 heeft ping murder <pingmurder at gmail.com> het volgende geschreven:
> 
> Hello,
> One of the hosting brands we recently acquired is overrun with DOS for hire
> providers and individuals. We kill them as they alert however I'm curious
> if there's a discussion group or location, contacts, etc we might be able
> to coordinate in about the actors behind these accounts (assuming this
> isn't the right place for that, however has a lot of the right people).
> 
> If I'm out of my lane, forgive me.
> Thanks,
> pm



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