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Re: DNS Hijacking by Cox
- From: Andrew Matthews
- Date: Mon Jul 23 13:34:42 2007
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On 7/23/07, Sean Donelan <sean@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, 23 Jul 2007, Joe Greco wrote:
> I'd prefer that ISP's tends towards taking no action when taking action
> has a strong probability of backfiring.
Everything has a chance of backfiring. So ISPs should take no action.
Please let me know how your next DDOS attack lasts.
We on EFnet take drones very seriously and do a very good job of
cleaning them. I'd say we are probably one of the larger cleanest irc
networks. 99% of ddos come from hacked drones running on C&C servers
that are not large networks. They run their on ircd or use a tiny
network where they will be unnoticed. I also run 2 undernet servers
that have a much higher drone count. I don't see my servers over there
Now if i could find the legality of it, i would.