Re: [fw-wiz] a cutting-edge open-source network security project



On Thu, May 06, 2010 at 07:13:38PM +0400, ArkanoiD wrote:
Have you seen IDR? It provides (basically, it is one of its core functions) a way
to distribute filtering rules via BGP, mitigating network attacks as close to the source as
possible.

On Wed, May 05, 2010 at 11:39:40PM -0500, Frank Knobbe wrote:

BTW: I'm starting a block-peering project for the exchange of hostile IP
block information. If you are interested in exchanging hostile IP
information, contact me off-list.

Given the relative success of blacklists with UBE, this seems like an obvious
tactic to apply to network security generally. Could potentially respond
quickly enough to protect against certain worm attacks as well.
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