[Dshield] Re: Kornet.Net
swaddell at espgroup.net
Fri Mar 1 16:24:28 GMT 2002
Just wanted to throw my $.02 into the mix here. My belief is that
Kornet has a responsiblity as an ISP to prevent to the best of their
ability spam and any other malicious activty.
My mother lives in Korea (stationed there) and she uses Kornet. She has
been unable to send mail to a lot of people probably because they have
Kornet blocked. As a son I would love to hear from her, however as
someone who has the responsibility for network security I'd rather see
the malicious users get blocked. There are many alternatives for
americans that live overseas (ie Korea). They could still use kornet to
access the web, but use something like hotmail or yahoo for email. If
enough businesses/users block the ip range from kornet perhaps that will
be a wake up call to their administrators.
John Kimbler wrote:
> Hey Johannes,
> The military in Korea may not have a choice: Odds are Kornet is one of the
> few, and possibly the only ISP. Military families rely heavily on email to
> stay in touch with their husbands, wives, fathers and mothers when they
> deploy. Blocking Kornet due to a few (L)users who are hacking would be a
> serious blow to American families in Korea...
> I wonder if it is a good idea for american military personnel
> to use a hacker haven as their ISP. Sure, its only personal
> ISP accounts (so I hope). But still, not a good idea IMHO.
> Also, if this is a significant group of customers to Kornet,
> maybe some pressure from that side would help.
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