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 Aiding ISP's?
Author: H.Van Der Kooi   (24 Sep 06 6:16pm)

Can ISP's get acess to overviews relevant to their network? Say XS4ALL wants to get a daily report on their network can you help them?

OK, I guess we need some other Dutch ISP 's here to become seriously more abuser unfriendly based on the stats.

Anyway it sounds like it would be a great tool for ISP's to get rid of the unknowing abusers on their network.
 Re: Aiding ISP's?
Author: M.Prince   (25 Sep 06 3:00am)
Yes. That's something we want to do. The biggest stumbling block has been that ISPs we've talked to want to give us AS numbers. We store all of our data as IP addresses. So we need to figure out a way to translate AS numbers to IP ranges. If we can do that, then we're set. We played with a program called Peval, which supposedly does that, but we could only get it to compile on Solaris (which we don't run). So... we're working on it. Hopefully we'll have it available for ISPs in the next few months. Ideally, you'd give us an AS number of IP range and then we'll notify you whenever harvesters, spammers, or dictionary attackers are operating on your network.

If you have other suggestions, please let us know!!


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