Re: China Experience ?

From: Yaakov Yehudi (yehudi@tehila.gov.il)
Date: 07/22/02


Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 08:22:18 +0200
To: <bonk@webchat.chatsystems.com>
From: Yaakov Yehudi <yehudi@tehila.gov.il>

We send off emails to China every day. A few get answered from time to
time. This is consistent with complaints to other non English speaking
countries.

The important thing is that we do not continue to be targeted by the IPs we
have complained about. They take action - that is enough to satisfy us!

Regards,
Yaakov Yehudi
Security Administrator
Project Tehila
Israel

At 03:40 7/20/2002, you wrote:
>On Fri, 19 Jul 2002, Bob DeRosier wrote:
>
> >
> > I am looking for information about dealing with the authorities in China
> > with regard to attack attempts. Does anyone know what the procedure
> is, who
> > to contact, what they do after they are contacted, any possible fallout
> from
> > such an action ?
>
> From a security standpoint, I've found that null routing all of their IP
>space you can find is very benefecial. In dealing with security and abuse
>related issues for quite some time, I have never had China reply or take
>any action so I've been forced to the extreme in the case with China (and
>others).
>
> > Bob
>
>
>
>
>
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