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asoto at ibero-americano.org
asoto at ibero-americano.org
Mon Dec 14 13:47:10 UTC 2015
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From: asoto at ibero-americano.org
Sorry, had he found a simple explanation of the interactive map, and forgot to copy it, here you go:
"Kaspersky Labs has made available a tool that displays all computer attacks this detects security company in the world, in real time. The data reflected in an interactive globe whose vision is a hypnotic spectacle and a little disturbing.
The display shows the attacks by lines connecting the attacker's situation with that of his victim. Each color represents a particular type of attack, from denial of service or DDoS, to viruses or spam.When navigating on the map we can see statistics for each type of attack by country as well as its position in the world ranking of most infected countries.
Of course, the map also has an option to scan our computers online, but choosing an antivirus remains fortunately free. Despite the payload, the map is a fascinating exercise in web design, and a constant reminder of the electronic wars that are fought on the Internet. "
From: Alejandro Pisanty [mailto: apisanty at gmail.com]
Posted on: Monday, December 14, 2015 4:32 a.m.
To: Fatima Cambronero <fatimacambronero at gmail.com>
CC: Alberto Soto <asoto at ibero-americano.org> ; LACRALO <lac-discuss-es at atlarge-lists.icann.org>
Subject: Re: [lac-discuss-en] denial of services to ICANN root servers
the issue of denial of service attempt to DNS servers should be of interest to general users especially their representatives, as understood also appreciate that Alberto and Fatima for their messages.
The more detailed answer all calls ICANN network operators to use BCP 38, a document from the IETF that provides considerations and ways to filter certain types of traffic entering the networks with fake IP addresses ("spoofed"). The application of this practice is not sufficiently extensive. There are some tools to test whether the networks to which we are connected the applied but are not reliable when we're behind a NAT or DHCP as usual in domestic connections; connection is required from a fixed IP address.
Many of you. Operating own or leased this feature servers.Can you identify for us to explore how to support users in general by first measuring compliance of this practice and then recommending that apply to the operators from our respective organizations or even from LACRALO as a whole?
On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 24:44, Fatima Cambronero <fatimacambronero at gmail.com <mailto:fatimacambronero at gmail.com> > Wrote:
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From: Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com <mailto:ocl at gih.com> >
Date: 12/12/2015 20:00 GMT-06: 00
Subject: [technical-issues] Fwd: [SOAC-InfoAlert] Statement and ICANN Root Server Blog
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[SOAC-InfoAlert] Statement and ICANN Root Server Blog
Fri, 11 Dec 2015 19:54:39 \u200b\u200b+0000
David Olive <mailto:david.olive at icann.org><david.olive at icann.org>
soac-infoalert at icann.org <mailto:soac-infoalert at icann.org><mailto:soac-infoalert at icann.org><soac-infoalert at icann.org>
ICANN has published a blog Regarding last weekÃ¢ â¬ â¢ s Root Server attacks, Which Expands upon the statement released by the Root Server Operators <http://root-servers.org/news/events-of-20151130.txt> .
You can read the blog here: https://www.icann.org/news/blog/root-server-operators-diversity-is-the-key
Sent from my iPhone
David A. Olive
Senior Vice President
Policy Development Support
General Manager, ICANN Regional Headquarters Ã¢ â¬ "Istanbul
Hakki Yeten Cad.Selenium Plaza No: 10 / CK 10 34349 <tel:10%2034349> Fulya, Besiktas, Istanbul
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
Direct Line: +90.212.999.6212 <tel:+90.212.999.6212>
Mobile: + 1. 202.341.3611 <tel:+%201.%20202.341.3611>
Mobile: +90.533.341.6550 <tel:+90.533.341.6550>
Email: david.olive at icann.org <mailto:david.olive at icann.org>
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