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Re: DOS Attacks and reliable network contact data.
I like ipw from the FreeBSD ports collection. In this case ipw returns several lines of useful information, including tech-c: YO020JP Then the next step is akbar% whois -h whois.nic.ad.jp YO020JP/e giving you the answer you seek. -bryan bradsby unix admin ================== On Sun, 22 Oct 2000, Jason Slagle wrote: > > Yes, but even geektools falls flat on it's face for lets say > 188.8.131.52. > > :sigh: I really wish we could get a common format for these. > > I really like the ripe style databases. > > Jason > > --- > Jason Slagle - CCNA - CCDA > Network Administrator - Toledo Internet Access - Toledo Ohio > - [email protected] - [email protected] - WHOIS JS10172 > -----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK----- > Version: 3.12 GE d-- s:+ a-- C++ UL+++ P--- L+++ E- W- N+ o-- K- w--- > O M- V PS+ PE+++ Y+ PGP t+ 5 X+ R tv+ b+ DI+ D G e+ h! r++ y+ > ------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------ > > > On Sun, 22 Oct 2000, Joe Shaw wrote: > > > Yes, there is. Use the Geektools whois proxy at whois.geektools.com. You > > can also get the perl source and setup your own proxy, since they only > > allow something like 10 or so queries a day. I've used their source in a > > few tools and have had no real problems with it. > > > > Of course, once the technological means are taken care of you still have > > to have reliable contact information in the database, and someone who'll > > actually read your complaint and respond in an acceptable amount of time. > >