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Attacks from poneytelecom.eu

AS12876 is online.net... home of the â?¬2.99 physical server, perfect for all of your favorite illegitimate activity. Iâ??m curious how much traffic originates from that ASN that is actually legitimate... probably close to none. 

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> On Jan 3, 2018, at 1:35 AM, Troy Mursch <troy at wolvtech.com> wrote:
> Dovid,
> Back in September, I documented my poor experience with AS12876 here:
> https://badpackets.net/ongoing-large-scale-sip-attack-
> campaign-coming-from-online-sas-as12876/
> Since then, their handling of abuse notifications (or lack thereof) has
> largely remained the same. The volume of malicious traffic from their
> network hasn't decreased either.
> As you noted, others have reported similar issues with AS12876, including
> my associate Dr. Neal Krawetz: https://twitter.com/h
> ackerfactor/status/932593355648667649. I've also compiled a list of
> complaints regarding AS12876 in this thread: https://twitter.com/ba
> d_packets/status/937220987371732992
> Thanks,
> __
> *Troy Mursch*
> @bad_packets <https://twitter.com/bad_packets>
>> On Tue, Jan 2, 2018 at 6:51 PM, Dovid Bender <dovid at telecurve.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Lately we have seen a lot of attacks from IPs where the PTR record ends in
>> poneytelecom.eu to PBX systems. A quick search on twitter (
>> https://twitter.com/hashtag/poneytelecom) shows multiple people
>> complaining
>> that they reported the IP's yet nothing happens. Has anyone had the
>> pleasure of dealing with them and have you gotten anywhere? I wonder if the
>> only option is public shaming.
>> I would rather not ban their AS as it may hurt legit traffic but I am out
>> of ideas at this point....
>> TIA.
>> Dovid