[Dshield] Interesting Zombie Data Graphs

Deb Hale haled at pionet.net
Thu Nov 3 15:01:26 GMT 2005

Humm!  Comcast - imagine that.  They have to be the most loosely run company
ever.  As a matter of fact I think they encourage this type of activity.
IMHO - if there is one to avoid doing business with it is comcast.


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Subject: Re: [Dshield] Interesting Zombie Data Graphs

I pull up this link every couple of months or so and check
the country of origina & ISP comparions.

It's still "interesting". :-)

- ferg

-- David Cary Hart <DShield at TQMcube.com> wrote:



For this purpose, a zombie is defined as spam originating from dynamic space
which is not entirely accurate.

I have no idea - whatsoever - how representative our data is. I am thinking
about soliciting daily Postfix maillog contributions to parse into the

We are also graphing UCE origination by country:

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 Engineering Architecture for the Internet
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