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    _B-L-U-E_ Betazep's Avatar
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    I feel sorry for

    204.210.221.55

    This person is going down. He/she is stepping all over my firewall. I notified abuse@rr.com and sent them my logs. By by ISP.
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    It's not me

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    trouble is you shut them down on one server and they start up another

    204 . 210 . 221 . 55 reserved.neo.rr.com

    you cant win
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    wasn't me either by the way
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    Oh dear...

    ...he goin' down!

    I didn't do it by the way..
    Last edited by Pendragon; 10-28-2001 at 04:22 PM.

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    I love alerting ISPs to little skript kiddies..this one person in france or spain (I can't remember) constantly scans my IP range...I can't tell you the amount of times I've reported him.

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    "I love alerting ISPs to little skript kiddies..this one person in france or spain (I can't remember) constantly scans my IP range...I can't tell you the amount of times I've reported him."

    and you know what they cant do jack **** cuz portscanning is not illegal so stop wasting the interent abuse departements time... they cant do **** they will only ban someone for three things... kiddie porn, spamming and actually causing damadge to someones computer... if someone steps all over your firewall and cant get in well they have done nothing wrong...

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    >>and you know what they cant do jack **** cuz portscanning is not illegal


    Yeah, but it is often mentioned in the Terms and Conditions of signing up to the service. There may be no stautory offence (not too sure of legality on this matter), but if you break the terms they can withdraw your access to their service. Whether they do actually enforce this is another matter

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    ServiceCo LLC-ROAD RUNNER (NET-ROAD-RUNNER-4)
    13241 WoodlandPark Road
    Herndon, Va. 20171

    NETNAME Roadrunner-4
    NEtblock: 204.210.0.0-204.210.0.255
    Maintainer SCRR

    Coordinator:

    ServiceCo LLC abuse@rr.com
    1-703-345-3416

    rick barclay
    No. Wait. Don't hang up!

    This is America calling!

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    Road runner certainly does do something about it.
    I recieved a nasty letter from them for some port scanning that I did. I was doing it to find out more about a computer that was hitting me. It was a Unix server and it was wide open.

    I telnetted in and got the POC name/email and emailed him. I told him that I was having problems with someone launching attacks from his box. Well he aparently went to his logs and got my information and blamed me as the culprit to my isp.

    That sucked. Two strikes and you are out with roadrunner.

    The thing that sucks about it for this guy is that it is a cable modem. In my area, road runner is the only cable modem provider as it probably is the same for him. So... you certainly can win. Once you lose cable modem service... you lose it. Then you are stuck with dial-up.

    Plus, if it is some kid... his parents will certainly not like receiving a nasty-gram that their computer is violating rr terms and conditions. (note: in the terms and conditions the user is responsible for a secure computer. If you are hacked and someone hacks from your box, you lose your service.)
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    Oh... and unregistered dude...


    from Road Runner Terms and conditions

    Examples of system or network security violations include, but are not limited to the following:


    Unauthorized access to or use of data, systems or networks, including any attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of a system or network or to breach security or authentication measures without express authorization of the owner of the system or network.

    Unauthorized monitoring of data or traffic on any network or system without express authorization of the owner of the system or network. This would include use of sniffers or SNMP tools.
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