On Fri, 06 Jun 2003 14:49:37 +1200, Ewen McNeill <ewen(a)naos.co.nz> wrote :
> In message <003d01c32bba$88f42940$fd00a8c0@morpheus>, "Matthew G Brown"
> list at the nai.com URL that Dan Clark gave). Curiously anz.com.au is
> there, but anz.co.nz is not, and westpac.com.au is there but
> westpac.co.nz is not.
Not particularly curious when you consider the heavy consolidation that
both ANZ and Westpac have recently done to move their operations across the
Tasman. From experience I know that ANZ's 'net banking site is based in
Aus (https://www.anz.com), and would imagine that WPT have probably done
the same thing.
If there's no secure traffic from the .co.nz domains, will BugBear even pay
attention to them?
> Obviously it's trying to pretend to be "The Bank" (almost all the
> domains in its internal list seem banking related) despite the fact that
> almost all banks have "webmail" systems rather than sending actual
I used to hate ANZ's webmail system, until I reflected on the fact that
their servers are considerably more secure than my home network - And
they've definitely got a better chance of picking up an intrusion and doing
something to the instigator.
Auckland, New Zealand
In message <003d01c32bba$88f42940$fd00a8c0@morpheus>, "Matthew G Brown" writes:
>Dan Clark wrote:
>Interesting, It has the domains asbbank.co.nz bankdirect.co.nz bnz.co.nz
>and trustbank.co.nz as its sending domains. Ive had several people open
>this already with the bankdirect.co.nz domain suffix.
The "nz" bank domains appear to be:
(obtained by grepping for "nz$" in a suitable transformed copy of the
list at the nai.com URL that Dan Clark gave). Curiously anz.com.au is
there, but anz.co.nz is not, and westpac.com.au is there but
westpac.co.nz is not.
Obviously it's trying to pretend to be "The Bank" (almost all the
domains in its internal list seem banking related) despite the fact that
almost all banks have "webmail" systems rather than sending actual
I wont be greedy, ill just take 10 or so, if you can spare them :-)
On Thu, 29 May 2003 11:39:11 +1200, "Brett Healy" <fork(a)btw.co.nz> wrote :
> ill have it.. ill give it a good home. promise :D
> Brett Healy,
> BTW Navigation Systems Ltd
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kerry Thompson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, 29 May 2003 11:18
> To: nznog(a)list.waikato.ac.nz
> Subject: Re: [nznog] The End Is Nigh... Asia's running out of IP
> David Robb said:
> > And just how much of that space is actually in use?
> And sometimes I wonder how much of the APNIC/NZ space is actually used as
> Years ago I registered a /22 off Netgate for a company, who never used it
> and it stayed registered to my APNIC handle. I'm still wondering what to
> do with it. And there's plenty of other such blocks out there that are
> forgotten and unused.
> Kerry Thompson, CCNA CISSP
> Information Systems Security Consultant
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