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edited July 2009 in Team Discussions
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  • Repairs are not yet complete, I see. PMs are still not possible.

    Make sure you save the logs in case the authorities need them.
    One of the support staff at Steadfast is fuming, but I'm in touch with
    the CEO too and it looks like a professionally-run outfit.

    The smaller ISP inside Steadfast which is actually hosting the
    criminals hasn't responded yet, but that is likely because it's a
    part-time thing for them.

    I'd have blocked the offending ranges already, but:
    General Error
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    An SQL error occurred while fetching this page. Please contact the Board Administrator if this problem persists.


    If somebody gets to it first, block 67.202.80.0 - 67.202.83.255
    so that nobody can connect to here from Veritynet again.
  • IP ranges banned.
    I'll now take a look at the issue with the PMs
  • @Gubatron ... also check out the email reply advice for this .. It looks pretty odd .... no "from" details, where they should be.
  • Guys, let's move this conversation out of the forum.
  • Moved to the old team discussions forum ... private for mods only .... Aaron and others you can only get here from the drop down menu hope I did it right :)
  • Okay, now that we're behind the curtain, what are all the email and IP addresses of that guy?
    I will be adding that guy to blocklists and filters here and there. :twisted:
  • heh it was only the one ip .. actually c-75-70-139-226.hsd1.co.comcast.net (75.70.139.226)

    lysergicdiethylamide@gmail.com username poon
  • poon has also been posting as

    maggot4life firewolf11@sbcglobal.net

    adsl-70-232-56-136.dsl.ltrkar.sbcglobal.net (70.232.56.136) 10
    75-104-196-99.cust.wildblue.net (75.104.196.99) 3 (latest)
    adsl-70-232-70-90.dsl.ltrkar.sbcglobal.net (70.232.70.90)

    Re: Could this be the end of frostwire chat?
    by maggot4life » Thu Jun 25, 2009 2:02 am
    1) 'frostwire shits' wasn't directed at the community, but at its problems.
    2) rude but true
    3) see you guys later. good luck. if you need to contact me:
    You can catch me on the speedtrain beeper in a three-way shinin with the gleam chain and yer honey givin me brain,
    - k0pp
    ,,|,,

    Ive banned .. moved all posts to quarantined and account deactivated ....
  • OK OK cancel the previous post .... poon aka k0pp hacked maggot's nick as well

    so please undo any anti maggot actions except 75-104-196-99.cust.wildblue.net (75.104.196.99) which is i assume k0pps ip 'proxy
  • I could put up a block on proxies. Lists are available for that too. :mrgreen:
  • Imo not necessary atm .. we found on irc that blocking proxies also blocked quite a number of genuine dynamic ips..
  • Which list did you use? I'd naturally expect some dynamic
    IPs in a proxy list but not ones that aren't really proxies.
  • i'll need to get back to you on that Aaron.
  • Heres a list a bot net used which Gummo gave me ..
    66.230.230.230
    75.3.200.195
    24.21.234.54
    69.112.99.24
    71.239.162.184
    98.196.206.176
    68.196.211.15
    76.123.221.169
    201.93.145.126
    24.151.236.218
    66.55.8.51
    59.149.44.121
    61.184.189.11
    222.138.109.204
    125.76.228.201
    24.16.249.239
    68.51.98.156
    70.225.39.151
    71.61.245.72
    198.110.164.4
    67.160.171.226
    67.181.144.139
    98.198.87.228
    76.30.186.252
    190.36.146.11
    62.43.196.137
    74.68.2.171
    222.255.28.51
    76.175.150.110
    76.111.224.226
    71.227.60.43
    69.253.203.76
    68.43.2.243
    69.151.101.159
    210 210.51.37.88
    202.96.110.20
    201.80.196.53
    67.9.160.102
    68.73.113.24
    61.152.107.141
    189.47.49.231
    210.6.205.254
    218.254.148.211
    58.51.197.246
    68.114.32.136
  • A bit stale. Here's an update on that short list:

    61.152.107.141
    62.43.196.23
    62.43.196.37
    62.43.196.38
    62.43.196.43
    62.43.196.44
    62.43.196.45
    62.43.196.46
    62.43.196.51
    62.43.196.57
    62.43.196.58
    62.43.196.59
    62.43.196.82
    62.43.196.100
    62.43.196.103
    62.43.196.120
    62.43.196.168
    62.43.196.171
    62.43.196.172
    62.43.196.174
    62.43.196.177
    62.43.196.179
    62.43.196.181
    62.43.196.188
    62.43.196.219
    62.43.196.247
    62.43.196.251
    62.43.196.252
    66.230.230.230
    66.55.8.51
    74.68.2.12
    74.68.2.17
    74.68.2.31
    74.68.2.32
    74.68.2.72
    74.68.2.80
    74.68.2.88
    74.68.2.153
    74.68.2.172
    75.3.200.197
    75.3.200.223
    76.175.150.107
    125.76.228.*
    190.36.146.51
    198.110.164.0-198.110.165.255
    201.93.145.29
    201.93.145.98
    201.93.145.116
    201.93.145.129
    202.96.110.20
    210.6.205.192-210.6.205.254
    210.51.37.48-210.51.37.191
    218.254.148.23
    222.138.109.31
    222.138.109.53
    222.138.109.168
    222.138.109.197
    222.138.109.206
    222.255.28.*

    Here's a stable proxy list which covers the bigger public and rental proxies: Blocklist Pro Security - proxy.zip

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