RE: compromized host list available

What about collateral damage?

-M<

Why, are you wanting to create some? :sunglasses:

I think such reports should be treated as they are: third party statistics
that (depending on the sources, as I don't know what they are) indicate what
those third parties think is happening with your network's hosts.

These reports are not a new blacklist. The original poster is only offering
these to the admin of any given network -- not another third party.
Certainly, I'd *love* to see a neatly cross referenced list for a few
unnamed cesspools who refuse to police their networks, in order to ostracize
them for it in public, but that's not the purpose of these reports....

Todd Vierling wrote:

Certainly, I'd *love* to see a neatly cross referenced list for a few
unnamed cesspools who refuse to police their networks, in order to ostracize
them for it in public, but that's not the purpose of these reports....

a personal flaw of mine, is that I tend in this direction, my first impulse was to post a list of all the networks and their rate in infection.

I'm doing my best to be productive and nice.

-rick