Posts Tagged ‘IP’

As of October 31st, 2009, the attackers were DDoSing InBoxRevenge website again. This is where the IBR anti-spam forum is hosted, though the content is definitely offline at this time. Early morning 11/1/09 it was reported by @themarkgiles Twitter user that IBR was under a flood attack from 750 bot IPs at a rate of […]


Inboxrevenge.com, the little forum that creates big headaches for internet criminals, is under another distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. That means hundreds or thousands of zombie computers — computers like yours that have been infected by malware and put under the control of criminals — are all trying to access the site simultaneously. Websites […]


According to Spamcop’s Top 200 targets of spam reports, many of China Telecom’s IPs are top spam senders. Andrzej Filip posts these stats in a daily basis on the Usenet newsgroup: NANAE (news.admin.net-abuse.email), as noted here. I am posting a bit of his post below, but not the entire entry: Top 200 targets of spamcop.net […]


On September 6th, 2009, Spamhaus blocked a /16 which is 65,536 IPs (1 Class B) on its SBL. This listing is filed under SBL68517. The IP range that is being blocked is 132.240.0.0/16. One can view the ASN information of 132.240.0.0 at robtex. According to robtex, the upstream for this range is AS3257 which is […]


ASN stands for Autonomous System Number. AS or ASN followed by a number is used to identify an autonomous system on the internet by people who manage networks on the Internet. One well-known example of an ASN is AT&T whose is ASN7018. Most people who may be network engineers are concerned with ASNs. Also, netizens […]