[anti-abuse-wg] Hijacked netblocks - any SOP for these?
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Mon Aug 8 00:52:24 CEST 2011
In an earlier post, Florian Weimer mentioned the following: > My personal problem with these reports is that they are totally > incomprehensible to me. Why do you think the netblocks have been > hijacked? Maybe the documentation in the WHOIS database is outdated, > and Link Telecom still enjoys full control over those prefixes. If one carry a lookup on RIPE website, and finds erroneous datas regarding the registration of a given IP# assignation, "Who's" HOIS database is outdated in such case? For instance, a false non-existant or outdated email address. Else, a civic address located in a vacant field? Why would you care so much if a network 800 miles from your civic address in another country got highkacked? You ain't a public employee of all RIPE's registered network? The only thing RIPE have legal and justified reasons to ask any network and LIR to whom RIPE allocates IP# is true and real datas such as valid email addresses and full civic location. Anybody has a problem with this? Go ahead, everybody's listening. Thank to read me. > -----Original Message----- > From: fw at deneb.enyo.de > Sent: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 20:44:12 +0200 > To: ops.lists at gmail.com > Subject: Re: [anti-abuse-wg] Hijacked netblocks - any SOP for these? ____________________________________________________________ Share photos & screenshots in seconds... TRY FREE IM TOOLPACK at http://www.imtoolpack.com/default.aspx?rc=if1 Works in all emails, instant messengers, blogs, forums and social networks.