Probably B52 bombers and cruise missiles.
From: Juha Saarinen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, 15 December 2005 12:47 p.m.
To: Simon Lyall
Subject: Re: [nznog] Hotmail
Simon Lyall wrote:
> Violations will result in use of equipment located in California and
> other states.
Ouuchhhh... that'll stop spammers for sure! Wonder what equipment
located in California and other states it is that MSN/Hotmail will use
NZNOG mailing list
>Would this list have the same sort of policy for membership as nsp-sec?
>i.e. an invite only list for people who actually have to do the work
>with a policy of kicking out people who don't meet the membership
>criteria on an ongoing basis.
>If that's the case then I can see value in such a list but if it's
>going to be similar to NZNOG with an "anybody can join" policy then I'm
I agree with Andy here. The only list I would be interested in is one
which subscribes to the nsp-sec policy.
You have to be the person who is able to make the changes.
Change jobs and you unsub.
And some others.
It's the only way. An "anyone can join" list will degrade into.... well
my opinions here should remain to myself =)
I would suggest that people look at joining nsp-sec rather than
re-inventing the wheel. Or at the very least getting Rob to host an
nsp-sec-nz list with the same policy around it. If you are a large
provider, then there is probably already content on nsp-sec that you
should know about.
It may be good for someone in Telecom to let their front line staff know
about (de-)peering at some point.
After spending 15 minutes on the phone, it was quite amusing when they
came back from putting me on hold:
"I have talked to our tech guys and no-one in Xtra can get to the page
either. They think it is a problem with the routing of data for the
site at the far end. You could try power-cycling your router though"...
Then when I asked for confirmation by email:
"We suspect that there has been some stringent ip filtering and this
is what could be causing the problem. We can not confirm this the best
source of action would be to contact the host of the website for further
Obviously either highly qualified in providing BS responses or just
It's still annoying that I can't get to see it though...
From: Mike [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 14 December 2005 17:20
Subject: Re: [nznog] King Kong streaming tomorrow
Hi Rich and Si
Can I suggest you mention which streams will be available
internationally in your announcements.
Cant see either of these from Seattle ;-) good message for TCL and
Kia ora! You've reached the Citylink anycast node located in San
Francisco, California. If you are in NZ, you should ring your ISP and
ask them why your traffic is coming to the USA, rather than staying
in New Zealand. Useful phone numbers are at TelstraClear (try the
wholesale number if you get no joy from residential/business) and the
best number for Telecom would appear to be 0800 CALL XTRA [22 55 98].
If you're feeling particularly cussed, ask them what's changed in the
two years between the RoTK (when you could reach these streams
nationally) and now.
International users, we're sorry, sadly, our non-existent budget
means that we can't make the Courtenay Place webcam available
internationally. Such is life.
On Dec 12, 2005, at 8:10 PM, Simon Blake wrote:
> Hi all
> A belated notice that the red carpet TV coverage and Courtenay Place
> webcam will be streaming tomorrow as part of the King Kong premiere.
> The mms stream will be on ac1-all.r2.co.nz (184.108.40.206), the webcam
> embassy.citylink.co.nz (220.127.116.11), both anycast at the major
> exchanges. The webcam is running now, informal MMS streams will start
> about midday, TV coverage about 3pm.
> We're not expecting the same sorts of loads as RoTK, but who can tell.
> NZNOG mailing list
NZNOG mailing list
A belated notice that the red carpet TV coverage and Courtenay Place
webcam will be streaming tomorrow as part of the King Kong premiere.
The mms stream will be on ac1-all.r2.co.nz (18.104.22.168), the webcam from
embassy.citylink.co.nz (22.214.171.124), both anycast at the major
exchanges. The webcam is running now, informal MMS streams will start
about midday, TV coverage about 3pm.
We're not expecting the same sorts of loads as RoTK, but who can tell.
Are there many among us who are members of AusCERT?
Any in the practice of reporting incidents on NZ based hosts to AusCERT? Do
AusCERT care to hear about incidents from non-members?
Andy Linton wrote:
> It would be good if these phishing discussions focussed on
> technical aspects
> of what can be done by people on this list once the list
> knows about the
> latest scam. The banks I suspect will make their own
> decisions without seeking
> advice here.
This thread should now turn to a technical topic or go away.
- Donald Neal
NZNOG List Administrator
Donald Neal |"You know what young, carnivorous,
Support Engineer |alien mammal-like monsters are like.
NGN Operations |Always getting into scrapes."
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I've received a reasonably plausible-looking phish for
Kiwibank, appears to have originated in Washington DC. The
domain it uses is "kiwibahk.com", registered through
bookmyname.com, and I have sent a complaint to the
Does anyone want a copy for reference?