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Re: More smurf networks. FIX YOUR ROUTERS.
On Fri, 29 May 1998, James Rishaw wrote: > If you took the time to write the script to find out if these people > have vulnerable networks, you surely can write something to do whois > queries. > I cant stand when people bitch about something, but do nothing about it. > Posting this on nanog is going to do little.. we can "ass-u-me" that most > people on here are quarter-clued-enough to no ip directed already. > Dalvenjah FoxFire wrote: > > Hi folks, > > Then I found this list, full of 175 different networks. Nearly all the > > ones I tried work, and the ones that didn't work didn't respond on other > > IPs either, so I'm assuming unreachability. This is a fresh list from > > an active smurfer, however, so it does work. (Boy, does it work. }:P ) Actually I thought it was nice that someone took the time to pass on what he had learned about this ongoing problem, especially after having invested his time and effort. I didn't take this as bitching in the least. Also, I am not so arrogant as to think that all of my customers have every single router configured correctly... you can bet I checked the list for all of our blocks. Bil Herd