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- From: bmanning
- Date: Tue Oct 24 09:14:11 2000
Er, begging to differ. Only when electrodes are implanted
in peoples brains and the activation circuits are accessable
via paging (or something similar) will you get the types of
response you think you want. Either that or if their is
a business relationship w/ your "SWAT" team, e.g. they are
paid to be a your beck/call on a 24/7/365 basis.
> > The key to an anti-hacker ISP association would be
> > a very special ip address / contact person lookup database.
> > ie: who/how to contact for the 'SWAT' response for a particular IP
> > address.
> > --Mike--
> When we have had attacks such as root exploits, we have notified the
> source (at least,
> the ISP hosting the immediate source) as to the date, time, IP address, etc.
> (In one case, the attack appeared to come from a dial-up address in Germany,
> so I thought we had them.) We have NEVER received a response. From
> conversations at meetings, etc., I understand that this is typical - almost
> universal - and that it would be naive to expect other ISPs to actually
> do anything
> about being a source for attacks.
> Maybe a start would be to a BCP for some level of minimal response if
> you source
> an attack, and a "web site of shame" listing those domains that source
> attacks and do nothing about it when notified.
> Marshall Eubanks
> Multicast Technologies, Inc.
> 10301 Democracy Lane, Suite 201
> Fairfax, Virginia 22030
> Phone : 703-293-9624 Fax : 703-293-9609
> e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.on-the-i.com