[unisog] Cleaning up those networks

Dave Monnier dmonnier at ren-isac.net
Tue Feb 20 21:20:19 GMT 2007


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Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:

> Quite likely they can get it out to *some* of the correct people.  The
> problem is that the sort of network that goes to the trouble of getting
> somebody REN-ISAN membership is probably the sort of network that doesn't
> usually make it onto J. Oquendo's radar.
> 
> (Yes - it's possible to find screaming SSH scanners on the nets of REN-ISAC
> members.  I'm sure we have the occasional one ourselves.  But if dropping
> a note to security at vt.edu doesn't make something happen, it means that
> we screwed up...)

Hi Valdis,

Our contact system is comprised of member and (mostly) non-member
institutions.  We're spent a great deal of time building up a contact system
that can handle bulk submissions and get notifications out to the R&E
sector.  Our most recent count put member institutions at less than 10% of
the db.

Cheers,
- -Dave

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