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Re: Tools for LARTing large nets of compromised boxen?

  • From: Jon Lewis
  • Date: Thu Apr 20 09:57:11 2006

On Thu, 20 Apr 2006, Michael Loftis wrote:

One of our customers is (has been) under concerted attempt at a DDoS attack against their web server off and on for a while. I've lists of IPs, lots of them, many hundreds. I'd like to know if anyone has a tool that will take and match these lists of IPs into abuse contacts and fire off a LART to the appropriate RP for the IP, but only one per full set, IE if RP-A has IP A.B.C.D and A.B.C.C he should get one mail clue-batting him for both IPs.
It's not an actual tool for doing the whole job, but you could use "bulk mode" on to turn your list of IPs [and timestamps?] into a a list of "AS | IP | Timestamp | AS Name". Send a help request to the whois server for instructions.

Once you have that, you could pretty easily split it by AS#, grab email addresses from whois records for the AS#'s, and email each AS#'s data to their ASN POCs.

You could also post a URL to the full output from your cymru whois here, and someone would likely forward the data to nsp-sec.

Jon Lewis | I route
Senior Network Engineer | therefore you are
Atlantic Net |
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