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Re: DDoS tracking WG

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  • From: Daniel Concepcion < >
  • Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 00:45:43 +0100
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Hi Michael,

As far I know there isn't any ddos tracking working group in Ripe. 
Really I prefer Ripe as host for this initiative. But the mailing list in RIPE 
are dead :( But I am open in working in Ripe mailing lists  for the ddos 
tracking. 

For example, actually is very easy for us stop  dDoS attacks with origen in 
Spain. But if we need contact with other players in Europe  is very complex. 
Really we need a working group for fight against this attacks.

In other topic, any thoughts about:

A well-know community for notify to the upstreams and peers the host under 
attack. 
The QoS usage for fight against ddos
A more strong position with the networks that permit spoof and smurf? 

I hope read you in ripe mailing list or euronog list or any other forum that 
working for a more stable internet. (Really, I have a very long filter policy 
in my mail client. One mail list more or minus don't have importance)


Regards,
Daniel
Intelideas
 
 



On Wednesday 05 February 2003 00:17, Michael Hallgren wrote:
> Might be an interesting initiateve,...
>
> ... though, attempting to find an EU(rope) wide concensus of forum
> and effort would likely be more productive (?)
>
> My personal bet's on http://www.ripe.net/ripe/wg/eof ... in spite of being
> far from perfect.., being a potentially relevant (re-)starting point (?).
> Let's attempt to evolve what is... perhaps focusing on a relevant
> enhancement/review of activity and ops. focus.. (?)
>
> IMHO, attempting to init one-off national/sub-regional 'more or less
> disconnected' communities is far from the way we might eventually build
> a (most often in this business, IMHO) needed consensus / consistent
> community...
>
> Do we really (already ;) need the added complexity of an xNOG representing
> each (or close to) every sub-EU national/operator or whatever (in
> particular in France ;) community? Wouldn't it (still) be possible to
> express operative issues (including pref's for review) in a single forum?
>
> My few cents, centimes or oren (swedish currency) ;)
>
> mh (used to be Teleglobe 6453/8297, these days Verideon)
>
> > -----Message d'origine-----
> > De : Daniel Concepcion [
] > > Envoy : mardi 4 fvrier 2003 19:47 > > : czmok@localhost > > Cc : euronog@localhost > > Objet : DDoS tracking WG > > > > > > Hi Jan, > > > > I am very interested in join in this Working group. Our network > > have attacks > > every day. > > > > We give transit to iRC-Hispano a big spanish irc network that is > > the target of > > this ddos attacks. > > > > May be interesting know what is doing other people out there. > > > > > > Regards, > > Daniel > > Intelideas > > > > > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- > > EuroNOG: http://www.euronog.org/ > > > > To unsubscribe, e-mail: euronog-unsubscribe@localhost > > For additional commands, e-mail: euronog-help@localhost > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- > EuroNOG: http://www.euronog.org/ > > To unsubscribe, e-mail: euronog-unsubscribe@localhost > For additional commands, e-mail: euronog-help@localhost

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