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Re: [Full-disclosure] Gustav, domain name reportage

From: n3td3v <xploitable_at_nospam>
Date: Sun Aug 31 2008 - 04:12:12 GMT
To: Jon.Kibler@aset.com, handlers@sans.org, full-disclosure@lists.grok.org.uk

On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 4:38 AM, n3td3v <xploitable@gmail.com> wrote:
> All i'm saying is, don't copy these idiots, Marcus Sachs and
> Jon.Kibler if you are going to be talking about domain names this
> hurricane season, thats the message I want to get out to folks.
> While its probably most likely these domains are malicious, its wrong
> to list them, so publically in this fashion until you know 100% what
> the reason is for each domain.
> All the best,
> n3td3v
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As for domain name retailers being named and shamed on funsec, I would be taking legal action at this stage if I was a domain name retailer, and if that list appeared on the Nanog mailing list BEFORE an offence was commited, as I know attention seekers like Gadi Evron are so tempted to do on Nanog, i'd be kicking up an even bigger fuss about it all.

So drive with caution before distributing lists of domain names and web domain companies before actually doing it.

If such lists appear on Nanog, a real outcry will happen... thats a message to Gadi Evron, because I know he's going to be tempted to press send to the ISP community, to look like the leader of info sec in the eyes of the ISP / LEO mailing lists.

All the best,


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