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Re: DNS Hijacking by Cox
On Tue, 24 Jul 2007, Mattias Ahnberg wrote: > But it certainly would not hurt if there was a good way to report > drones to ISPs and actually get some attention to the problem. A > bunch of small streams quickly build up to a larger river in the > end, I guess. I'd point at the IETF/INCH-WG work for a standard abuse@ reporting process/format... If you send hundreds or thousands of reports to an ISP abusedesk (or ISPs' abusedesks) a standard machine parsable format is a key ingredient. I think that atleast one ISP would love to see standards formatted reports about it's users (abuse@xxxxxx), provided that the appropriate information was included. > Since almost every user is using the web a nice system could be > to redirect reported PCs through a proxy the ISP controls where there are a few nice walled garden solutions... there isn't in general one-size-fits-all, and they aren't always easy to convince folks to deploy :) but sure.