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Re: The DDOS problem & security BOF: Am i mistaken?
> > >> Vixie, Conrad, Manning, Woodcock, Curran, Plzak, Ed Lewis, etc all > >> worked together at ARIN, and have had 22 ARIN employees attend NANOG, > >> including the ARIN executive secretary. ARIN is giving NANOG $50,000 > >> checks, even though the Board members have undisclosed conflicts of > >> interest. ARIN resource analysts have (and probably are now) > >> attending NANOG. The resource analysts are the guys who make > >> allocation decisions, so getting chummy with NANOG people is a > >> conflict of interest in the making. So far, I've discovered two cases > >> where ARIN has made allocations in 2 hours. > >> > > > > Didn't you get banned temporarily from this list, then banned > >for life + 5 years, your children and grandchildren also banned for > >their lives + 5 years once before for all this? > > I was never temporarilly banned. I was banned in 2000 so that I couldn't > gloat that the CFAA applied to ISPs. See > http://www.iadl.org/nanog/nanog-story.html > > Looks like someone messed up. ;-) > Well, yes and no........... I actually was thinking of the ARIN list that you had the temporary ban on : http://lists.arin.net/pipermail/arin-discuss/2008-February/000897.html and then the permanent ban : http://lists.arin.net/pipermail/arin-discuss/2008-June/001058.html as for banning from NANOG, there is a message, purportedly from you : http://lists.arin.net/pipermail/arin-discuss/2008-February/000890.html contains "So Harris banned me from NANOG." . Not sure if thats the meeting, the NANOG list, or one of the NANOG/Merit other lists. Also, in : http://www.iadl.org/nanog/nanog-story.html I see "So, effective May 4 2005, Harris again banned Anderson. Although the new "reformed" rules require a limit of 6 months, Anderson remains banned as of April 16th, 2006. It seems permanent." but I think that refers to another NANOG group, dnsop. Tuc/TBOH