About emails impersonating Path Network

Martin Hannigan hannigan at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 17:15:03 UTC 2023

On Tue, Feb 7, 2023 at 11:59 AM J. Hellenthal via NANOG <nanog at nanog.org>

> Your only option is to monitor the generic tld's atp and register them
> yourself. Clone attacks are real, impersonation has been around since
> centuries and yes, its an attack vector but only impacting your customers.
> There is a vector you can pursue, its action by lawsuit. Would you rather
> pay the registration of the domain or would you rather pay the retainer
> costs of lawyers ...
> This is what the free web permits. Your only choice at this point is the
> retainer fee and intergovernmental practices.
> PeeringDB may be able to implement different practices but I have a pretty
> good feeling they are at their wits end to void practices that impact its
> "yellow pages" service.

[ PDB product committee hat on ]

I'll make sure this gets visibility with the PeeringDB  product/ops
committee and see if we can contribute here. If we can help make it harder
I'm sure we would.

Warm regards,

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