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Re: botnets: web servers, end-systems and Vint Cerf
On Sat, 17 Feb 2007, Sean Donelan wrote: > On Sat, 17 Feb 2007, Gadi Evron wrote: > > Yes, but that is because the successful ISPs currently often implement > > their own if they have the resources and R&D power. The really big ones > > have it automated, the small ones have it limited to be "activated by an > > abuse desk person". > > And I also know "many" ISPs that developed home-grown systems and had to > abandoned them due to various problems. > > Until you understand the differences and why various attempts haven't > worked, you are doomed to repeat the same mistakes; and unlikely to > be successfull beyond a few limited environments. Agreed. Do you have any of these lessons you can share? > Is there a significant difference between the "many" ISPs implementing > walled gardens and other ISPs as far as infection rates? > Yes.