Posts Tagged ‘isp’

The APWG (Anti-Phishing Work Group) recently held its Counter Crime Operations Summit (CeCOS) in São Paulo, Brazil on May 11-13th, 2010. Over the years, the APWG has held its conferences in different countries reflecting the internationalism of this type of fighting cybercrime (phishing spam). The next conference of the APWG is the eCrime Researchers Summit […]

Romania is a country that many Internet security researchers and various law enforcement agencies equate with cybercrime and have probably had that mind for quite a while now.  Even some casual readers of spam news know about Romania’s bad reputation online. The good news is over the years more and more people directly involved cybercrime […]

In the online world, on computers and servers hosted within United States is where a lot of cybercrime originates. How often does one read about that? Usually China and Russia are mentioned at the drop of a hat in regards to online malicious activity while there seems to be less focus on such large problems […]

Good news for service provider Tata Communications (AS4755) and Spamhaus and some bad news for Tiscali (now Tinet – AS3257). For approximately a month, the large Indian-based provider, Tata Communications, has been still working on its SBL (Spamhaus Block List) by resolving its listings. This means the administrators at Tata Communications have been ending services […]

Update: SORBS was sold to a new owner at an unspecified price. Details at bottom of post: updated 1st August 2009. On Monday, 22 June, it was announced by Michelle Sullivan, owner of SORBS (IP: at ASN2764 AAPT), on the SORBS homepage that she would shut the blacklisting services down by July 21st. Apparently […]