[anti-abuse-wg] 2010-08 New Policy Proposal (Abuse contact information)
Jørgen Hovland jorgen at hovland.cx
Thu Nov 11 12:07:15 CET 2010
On 11/11/10 10:21, Frank Gadegast wrote: > >> But making things mandatory doesn't solve poor design. > > > ??? please explain, dont get it. > You are unable to find the (abuse) contact because you don't know where to look, not that it isn't there because it wasn't mandatory. > We also get a lot of feedback from end users, that they fixed > the security hole of their housing server, after we informed them. > This is great. > We detect network sniffing BEFORE it actually steals passwords, by > monitoring the MAC-addresses in our network. > But you are talking about your own customers. You will always have their contact information. > DDoS attacks happen every day, get detected and blocked. Exactly. Just like spam. > There is no need for an email address of the admin-c. > I disagree, but it's optional and thats great.