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Re: question about per. hack
From: MFS <michael () dook org>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 07:31:23 -0500 (GMT-0500)
On Mon, 21 Jul 1997, George Herbert wrote:
The damaged party in the denial-of-service attack earlier
(InterNIC) has, undoubtedly, filed proper reports and can't
talk about them. These investegations take time, and there's
no reason for the Feds to work faster right now because the
faked .per and .nic domains aren't hurting anyone and Eugene
has stopped knocking legitimate domains down.
MCI and Sprint, however, have dissapointed me. Their security
contacts are not responding (IMHO) appropriately.
Hmm.. you might want to talk to Alternic's direct upstream (Sprint anyway):
9 sl-osd-1-s1-t1.sprintlink.net (184.108.40.206) 103 ms 103 ms 102 ms
10 sea-nile.seanet.com (220.127.116.11) 134 ms 120 ms 103 ms
11 alternic-sea.seanet.com (18.104.22.168) 112 ms 177 ms 112 ms
12 mx.alternic.net (22.214.171.124) 116 ms 114 ms 115 ms
Knowing Sprint's names assigned to their customers border interfaces, it
APPEARS that seanet is Eugene's upstream.
I have a hard time believing that Eugene still doesn't realize
how serious this all is. And yet he's playing up press coverage
of it at his web site, and still posting around lists apparently
blase about it.
It is nearly unbelievable, isn't it.
-george william herbert
gherbert () crl com
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