Death of the Internet, Film at 11

bzs at TheWorld.com bzs at TheWorld.com
Tue Oct 25 18:27:07 UTC 2016


The problem is first you have to even recognize it's an abuse
complaint worth spending another second over. For example one gets a
lot of spam to abuse addresses, or I do anyhow. And much of it seems
to be in some character set other than Latin-1.

On October 24, 2016 at 21:58 eyeronic.design at gmail.com (Mike Hale) wrote:
 > Run it through Google translate?
 > 
 > 
 > On Oct 24, 2016 9:40 PM, <bzs at theworld.com> wrote:
 > 
 > 
 >     On October 23, 2016 at 22:56 jw at nuclearfallout.net (John Weekes) wrote:
 >      > For the IoT botnets, most of the emails are ignored or rejected, because
 >      > most go to providers who either quietly bitbucket them or flat-out
 >      > reject all abuse emails. Most emails sent to mainland China, for
 >      > instance, are in that category (Hong Kong ISPs are somewhat better).
 > 
 >     As I've suggested before how much would you attribute this to a lack
 >     of English skills by recipients? Are they all sent in English?
 > 
 >     Just curious but one wonders what most here would do with an abuse
 >     complaint sent to them in Chinese?
 > 
 >     文话语难?
 > 
 >     --
 >             -Barry Shein
 > 
 >     Software Tool & Die    | bzs at TheWorld.com             | http://
 >     www.TheWorld.com
 >     Purveyors to the Trade | Voice: +1 617-STD-WRLD       | 800-THE-WRLD
 >     The World: Since 1989  | A Public Information Utility | *oo*
 > 

-- 
        -Barry Shein

Software Tool & Die    | bzs at TheWorld.com             | http://www.TheWorld.com
Purveyors to the Trade | Voice: +1 617-STD-WRLD       | 800-THE-WRLD
The World: Since 1989  | A Public Information Utility | *oo*


More information about the NANOG mailing list