[Dshield] Firewall/Spam defense

John Hardin johnh at aproposretail.com
Tue Oct 21 19:04:07 GMT 2003

On Tue, 2003-10-21 at 10:10, John Holmblad wrote:
> Although I could think of many reasons why the major ISP's would tell 
> you to "pound sand" before giving you details about their address 
> blocks, it may be worth a try, especially if you can convince them that 
> a) you are letigimate and b) you can help them in their own fight aginst 
> this cyberspace pollutant. I would start with the big ones and work your 
> way down. After kicking the tires on your legitimacy they may want to 
> share such info on a non-disclosure basis only.  I have contacts in AOL, 
> Sprint, ATT, Cox, Verizon, and several other ISP's in the US and a few 
> outside the US. Please contact me off list if you would like to talk to 
> me further about these contacts.

Actually, the ISP's *themselves* should provide DNS RBLs for their own
dynamic IP ranges. Why should we have to go to a third party?

John Hardin  KA7OHZ                           
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