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hpHosts Blog: Crimeware friendly ISP’s: Bigness (AS49093)

October 26, 2009

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TUESDAY, 20 OCTOBER 2009

Crimeware friendly ISP’s: Bigness (AS49093)
I was trying to decide who to name and shame next, and it was a toss up between Bigness (AS49093), Ecatel and Krypt Technologies. I thought this time, we’d go with Bigness and leave Ecatel and Krypt Technologies for next time.

Bigness came across the radar a few months ago, due to it’s hosting a slew of malicious domains, and ONLY hosting malicious domains (I’ve not seen a single legit site hosted there in all of the time I’ve been monitoring it).

So what have we got over there you ask? Well, we’ve had rogues, phishing scams, fake meds, spam, and exploits, and there’s evidence over at MDL, of their also housing the likes of the Liberty Exploit, amongst other things.

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hpHosts Blog: Crimeware friendly ISP’s: Netelligent

October 26, 2009

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WEDNESDAY, 14 OCTOBER 2009

Crimeware friendly ISP’s: Netelligent
Netelligent have been around the block a few times, and are no strangers when it comes to malicious activity within their networks. Their network has been found to be involved in everything from exploits to rogues, blackhat SEO, and everything else besides.

Alas, someone from Netelligent recently dropped by the Malwarebytes forums, professing their innocence (their last post was September 21st). Now to be fair, it’s possible they’re waiting for me to post the URL’s to the thread as I mentioned, but given the nature of the URL’s, the amount of them, and most importantly, the fact the Malwabytes support forums are for Malwarebytes, and not to be used as an ISP’s drop desk, I felt it best to e-mail the list to them instead, and just like NetDirekt, I have had no response from them.

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