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Would any broadband providers that received automated, detailed (time/date stamp, IP information) with hosts that are being used to attack (say as part of a DDOS attack) actually do anything about it?
Would the letter have to include information like "x.x.x.x/32 has been blackholed until further notice or contact with you" to be effective?
If even 5% of these were acted upon, it might make a difference. The question is... would even 1% be?
Thanks for your opinions,