I agree phishing bgp feed would disrupt the ip address
to all ISP's that listened to the bgp server involved.
I was addressing a specific issue with listening to such
a server and that is the loss of control issue. Sorry if that wasn't
So would ISP's block an phishing site if it was proven
to be a phishing site and reported by their customers?
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Brian Kernighan jokingly named it the Uniplexed Information and
Computing System (UNICS) as a pun on MULTICS.