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- From: Steven J. Sobol
- Date: Thu Jun 20 08:42:25 2002
On Wed, 19 Jun 2002, Alex Rubenstein wrote:
> I'll admit, we had an issue with a customer who spammed, and it took us a
> little while to zap him.
Quantify "a little while". (I'm not trying to be argumentative here...)
> Nevertheless, he was zapped. He had a /27, and
> SPEWs listed the entire /24 surrounding it. When I asked about this, they
> said, in not-so-many-words, that by doing this, punishing innocent
> bystanders, that as long as the ISP noticed and fixed the issue, this was
> essentially OK to do.
I agree with that, *if* initial notifications to the ISP are ignored.
Escalations are then in order, definitely.
Steve Sobol, CTO JustThe.net LLC, Mentor On The Lake, OH 888.480.4NET
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