anyone noticing a rise in spam?

Raymond Dijkxhoorn raymond at PROLOCATION.NET
Fri Jul 11 01:54:07 IST 2003


> A friend of mine mentioned that some of the more sophisticated spammers
> have been hijacking IP space and AS numbers.  For example,
> belongs to IBM and is NEVER on a public network (so you can safely filter
> that out), and some of the dot.gone companies have seen their IP space
> hijacked.  It's getting to be quite a mess.

On NANOG, one of the lists that network admins use there has been a lot
of talk about hijacked AS numbers and IP ranges. Its not only that
particular block you mention, but much more ...

Its a pain.


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