[Dshield] Database of Known Malicious IP Address/IP Networks

Anu Nayar anu.nayar.j8nl at statefarm.com
Wed Aug 7 22:41:04 GMT 2002


nope, I get the same... "Not Found"...

-----Original Message-----
From: mike at holmesandturner.com [mailto:mike at holmesandturner.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2002 10:35 AM
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Subject: RE: [Dshield] Database of Known Malicious IP Address/IP
Networks


When I check the list at http://feeds.dshieldorg/block.txt  I see nothing.
Am I missing something?

Mike Johnson
mike.johnson at ieee.org


> Does anyone have any opinions on this approach or any suggestions?

We do publish a 'block list' it includes netblocks that show up as the
top attackers in our DShield database. For details, see:


http://www.dshield.org/block_list_info.html

There is also a 'bogon list' of unused IP addresses you may want
to use to reject spoofed traffic. See

http://www.cymru.com/Documents/bogon-dd.html

I can make another dump of the IP->country database we use
for dshield. Occassionally, I dump it to an ASCII file for 
download.


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