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Re: The in-your-face hijacking example, was: Re: Who is announcingbogons?
Actually, that does come as a surprise to me. They used to have a fellow who worked the abuse desk. Dave something I appologise I can't remember his last name. He was very good at follow-up and followed up on everything from spam complaints to infected machines, worms etc. I have no idea if he's still there but he was quite good and I would think they would respond to this issue. At one time Cogent did take spam very seriously but maybe that's changed. On Tue, 6 May 2003, Scott Francis wrote: > On Sun, May 04, 2003 at 05:20:43AM +0100, [email protected] said: > [snip] > > I personally telephoned Cogent's NOC two days ago to ensure they were > > aware of the situation; I also attempted to reach Michael J. Hammons > > (Sr. Director of Operations at Cogent) when no action was taken, but > > was unable to reach him and my call was not subsequently returned. > > based on Cogent's apparent unwillingness to terminate their spamming > customers (AS7869 - RelayPoint; but see also > http://spamhaus.org/sbl/listings.lasso?isp=cogentco.com&-nothing=Search), > this comes as not much of a surprise to me, at least. > > *grumble* > -- > Scott Francis || darkuncle (at) darkuncle (dot) net > illum oportet crescere me autem minui >