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Re: Suggestion: Add contact entry to whois

  • From: Tim Wolfe
  • Date: Fri Feb 26 18:23:57 1999

On Fri, 26 Feb 1999, Dan Hollis wrote:

> On Fri, 26 Feb 1999, Bob Allisat wrote:
> >  FCN gives no contacts for the Domain names

<snip long winded ____>

> >  nosey nerds, it's none of your darned business.
> 
> So we now know that when an fcn host is conducting denial of service
> attacks, we should immediately start the paperwork filing for criminal
> negligence and punitive damages ahead of time.

It seems like what he is really saying is if you are under DOS from one of
FCN's host, don't pass go, don't collect $200, just go straight to his
upstream provider and inform them that one of their customers, FCN, is the
originating network of (insert DOS type) and ask that they turn down that
connection until the problem is resolved.  This way Bob's "innocent"
customers will lose their net access at the same time as his "guilty" ones
would.  In the process giving him something else to complain about on NANOG
(which is likely the real reason he endorses this plan)...

Just my theory of course, I mean I COULD be wrong.

Tim

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