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Re: Huge smurf attack
On Mon, 11 Jan 1999, Jeremiah Kristal wrote: > I find it even more interesting how often I see 10.177.180.0/24 showing up > in smurf logs. Is there some equipment that defaults to this network, > some manual that uses this as an example, or is there a specific LAN that > gets hit on every major smurf attack? If it's really one network, you > would think we could find and provide clue to the operator(s). > > Jeremiah Clue should also be provided to the network operators who actually listen to route advertisements for these networks. We use private address space here for various things, some of which are even production, but you've never once seen us leak the advertisements for them. And if we did make the mistake of allowing them out, no one should ever listen to us about them. Blocking traffic from reserved space at your borders and not listening to route advertisements for reserved space should be common practice. I would hope anyone clueful enough to be on this list would know this already. -- Joseph Shaw - [email protected] NetAdmin/Security - Insync Internet Services Free UNIX advocate - "I hack, therefore I am."