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May 29, 2016 at 6:57 pm #242226I.m.learningParticipant
I cannot find a decent answer online.
I been getting some strange visitors to my site and have seen something I never seen before:
What are the “abuse” names when performing IP checks?
Here is what I saw:
Point of Contact
Tech RNO29-ARIN (RNO29-ARIN)
Abuse ABUSE3850-ARIN (ABUSE3850-ARIN)
Admin RNO29-ARIN (RNO29-ARIN)
I just had a visitor trying to access authorizations that don’t exist.
Last night I went to check other IP addresses and I seen abuse something all over the IP descriptions.
Is this something I need to concern myself with, or is this some default?
This is the IP address:
Let me know if I’m not supposed to post IP addresses and I will remove it immediately.May 29, 2016 at 7:59 pm #242228Paulie_DMemberMay 29, 2016 at 8:14 pm #242229I.m.learningParticipant
I checked it through various sources and all come up with:
OrgAbuseName: Abuse Contact
OrgAbuseEmail: [email protected]
I just never heard of abuse before and don’t know about network administration; I went to school for Web development.
They don’t show up on any blacklists. I normally will find ones that immediately show up that have many complaints, one is a Softlayer site and that I blocked their IP address.
I don’t have a robots.txt created yet; but I think I’ll play a game with them by setting up a dummy “secured accounts” and then put in the comments :
I don’t know what these things are for…I sure hope humans can’t read them.
Then set up a page that I created in my PHP class that has access denied and sets of a few alarms and bells. Just to see who tries to visit the page.May 30, 2016 at 6:30 am #242247ShikkedielParticipant
It’s probably a futile exercise, there’s more spam bots around than you’d like to know and most are just poking around to see what sticks.
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