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Re: NANOG Spam?

  • From: William Allen Simpson
  • Date: Sun Jul 09 22:16:37 2006
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Christian Seitz <[email protected]> wrote:
In article <[email protected]> you wrote:
AS      | IP               | Registry | AS Name
6724    |   | ripencc  | STRATO Strato AG

How did you resolve this? Is there something wrong with my DNS or did you make a mistake resolving the adress? A

inetnum: -
netname:      CHINANET-AH
country:      CN
descr:        CHINANET Anhui province network
descr:        Data Communication Division
descr:        China Telecom
admin-c:      CH93-AP
tech-c:       AT318-AP
mnt-by:       APNIC-HM
mnt-lower:    MAINT-CHINANET-AH
changed:      [email protected] 20060322
source:       APNIC

At the time of resolution 3 days ago, multiple persons on this list
resolved it to (

Apparently, it has since moved to China.  That's the kind of thing that
happens while you took a long weekend.

Are you in a position to quarantine the German server?  Or otherwise
aid in investigating the problem?  Such as getting German law
enforcement to confiscate the server as compromised and containing
personal identity theft?