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Quick Heads Up for Port Scanners (Do Not Scan Ranges)

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by akacash, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. akacash

    akacash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hey guys, just wanted to drop a quick line here for any port scanners out there. I'm sure the majority of you use some sort of blacklist to avoid scanning ranges that can get you into trouble, well I have a couple more ranges you can add. I've recently received a couple of complaints and had an IP of a VPS get blacklisted temporarily. It was from port scanning and it was the 2nd time it's happened, so I took note of the ranges on the report because they happened to include the same ones as before. Seeing how its the only 2 times I scanned the ranges that were listed, and both times it's resulted in a complaint to the ISP, I figured I'd pass them along to save some of you the same headaches.

    Snel Internet Services B.V. NL
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    5.104.224.0 - 5.104.231.255
    37.148.160.0 - 37.148.167.255
    128.204.192.0 - 128.204.207.255
    Arlington Net Services Ltd GB
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    89.207.128.0 - 89.207.135.255
    They're not big or anything, but I've received complaints from both, and like I said, the top one there resulted in complaints on both of the only 2 times I scanned them. Hope it helps a little, have a great day everyone.
     
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  2. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i dont scan any of them, seeing all Netherlands
    never been reported or warned in 10 yrs