security at admin.fulgan.com
Tue Mar 5 08:42:53 GMT 2002
NR> At 09:52 AM 3/4/2002, you wrote:
>>1. put up a "dshield shunning" (I'm reluctant to say "death
>>penalty"...:) vote page so that we can vote on this (and on similar
>>blacklistings in the future) - if nothing else, it'll be amusing.
NR> *Insert standard problems with ballot box stuffing, etc.* I do think
NR> it's an interesting idea, though--I just hesitate to blacklist an ISP based
NR> on open elections. (Does DShield even have shttp ability?)
Well, I personally think that, if an ISP implements the block, it's
as good a statement than a bulletin...
>>2. when an ISP is being considered for this, modify the dynamic banner
>>to reflect it. Maybe:
NR> I thought the consensus was that most foreign ISP's don't respond
NR> because they don't speak English, and thus don't understand the complaints
NR> admins are sending to them, right? If so, is it fair to assume that their
NR> end users will understand such notices any better than they do?
That's a very good point. If that can help, I'm willing to make the
French translation (if anyone think of putting Wanadoo in the block as
well ;) )
Stephane mailto:security at admin.fulgan.com
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