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RE: Dos Attack
From: "Craig Spiers" <craig () concept net nz>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2004 03:22:26 +1300

No worries, I've sorted it out.. Telstraclear one of our upstreams were
having a problem with these guys as well..

I ended up solving the problem by not advertising the netblock :) 

-----Original Message-----
From: Hamish Stanaway [mailto:koremeltdown () hotmail com] 
Sent: Sunday, 14 March 2004 1:42 a.m.
To: craig () concept net nz; security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: Dos Attack

Hi there Craig,

Fancy seeing you on this list - I do believe you owe me an email. The
person(s) you are dealing with in this particular case are no script
kiddies, as I know of them and they should not be taken lightly.
Even if you patch this attack, they will find another way in - they are
known to attack with set goals, are organised and experienced.
I would suggest you talk to "Fu" and ask him what it is that has caused his
interest in your ISP, perhaps him and his conpanions may even be able to
give youa few pointers on how to better secure your network. What I can
suggest if that is not one way you want to go, is to block access to srcp
1A0B from outside of your ISP, or even from outside of New Zealand -
national traffic as we well know is a lot cheaper to buy and a lot easier to
maintain than international traffic.
If you still have problems, perhaps I could talk to these guys as they know
me and we could possibly sort something out.
Sorry that I could not provide a contact at bellsouth, however I have heard
from other kiwis that have had hacker problems coming from the b*south
network that they are difficult to contact.

Kindest of regards,

Hamish Stanaway, CEO

-= KoRe WoRkS =- Internet Security / Absolute Web Hosting Owner/Operator
Auckland New Zealand

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From: "Craig Spiers" <craig () concept net nz>
To: <security-basics () securityfocus com>
Subject: Dos Attack
Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2004 13:58:43 +1300
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Hi All,

We are a small ISP located in auckland new zealand.. One of our 
broadband clients are currently causing our network to to practically 
be down outside of new zealand due to the large amount of traffic.

The offender is connected on the following IP Address..
adsl-068-209-154-249.sip.btr.bellsouth.net

Bellsouth.net have failed to respond.

Our router shows the following floodnet under his control attacking our 
network.

I have null-routed the destination address that is being attacked, to 
avoid it spreading to the rest of our network.. Any ideas who I can 
contact above bellsouth to get a stop put to this ? We are loosing a 
lot of money, due to SLA's etc.

Also attached is an IRC log relating to the dos attack..

http://www.mystic.net.nz/~deejay/logs.txt

Times are in NZDT


SrcIf         SrcIPaddress    DstIf         DstIPaddress    Pr SrcP DstP
Pkts
Fa3/0         202.143.18.249  Null          218.101.56.150  06 0747 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         4.250.66.98     Null          218.101.56.150  06 0489 1A0B
1
Fa2/0         209.213.143.253 Fa0/0         202.127.8.1     11 0035 0035
1
Fa3/0         24.235.177.240  Null          218.101.56.150  06 03FF 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9985 1A0B
1
Fa2/0         209.213.143.253 Fa0/0         202.127.8.2     11 0035 0035
2
Fa3/0         213.137.38.156  Null          218.101.56.150  06 06E7 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9984 1A0B
1

SrcIf         SrcIPaddress    DstIf         DstIPaddress    Pr SrcP DstP
Pkts
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9987 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9986 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9989 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         142.160.9.208   Null          218.101.56.150  06 0720 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9988 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 998B 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         13.181.224.189  Null          218.101.56.150  06 06FF 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 998D 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         154.26.185.218  Null          218.101.56.150  06 05A3 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         167.39.210.93   Null          218.101.56.150  06 0790 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 998F 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 998E 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9990 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         213.43.94.79    Null          218.101.56.150  06 07CD 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         145.220.105.129 Null          218.101.56.150  06 07AF 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         17.105.188.208  Null          218.101.56.150  06 0778 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         141.156.165.82  Null          218.101.56.150  06 07B2 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         159.106.220.123 Null          218.101.56.150  06 043A 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         141.156.165.82  Null          218.101.56.150  06 07B1 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         53.98.122.232   Null          218.101.56.150  06 07AC 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         141.156.165.82  Null          218.101.56.150  06 07B0 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9999 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 9998 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         14.174.205.107  Null          218.101.56.150  06 07B9 1A0B
1

SrcIf         SrcIPaddress    DstIf         DstIPaddress    Pr SrcP DstP
Pkts
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 999B 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         46.11.139.18    Null          218.101.56.150  06 03F8 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         141.156.165.82  Null          218.101.56.150  06 07BC 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         46.63.68.148    Null          218.101.56.150  06 0754 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         145.148.49.182  Null          218.101.56.150  06 0413 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         54.53.107.111   Null          218.101.56.150  06 06F6 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 999A 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 999D 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         145.128.107.2   Null          218.101.56.150  06 03F2 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 999C 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 999F 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 999E 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         62.172.30.247   Null          218.101.56.150  06 04B8 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         56.121.111.235  Null          218.101.56.150  06 0515 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         29.115.95.245   Null          218.101.56.150  06 053E 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         151.211.166.39  Null          218.101.56.150  06 055D 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 99A5 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         64.68.92.163    Fa0/0         203.97.44.30    06 E70E 0050
1
Fa3/0         202.56.8.53     Null          218.101.56.150  06 042D 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         199.89.221.135  Null          218.101.56.150  06 0448 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         208.47.17.5     Null          218.101.56.150  06 99A7 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         141.156.165.82  Null          218.101.56.150  06 0781 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         138.62.121.251  Null          218.101.56.150  06 0794 1A0B
1
Fa3/0         205.245.174.135 Null          218.101.56.150  06 0737 1A0B
1



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