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The ip address 220.127.116.11 is listed as "poor" on the Barracuda Reputation System. To request removal, please click here
IP address 18.104.22.168 is listed here as servernap.net misc.
misc - Miscellaneous includes (but is NOT limited to) the following groups. Note that this does NOT include misc.spam which is listed under spam above.
1) /24 blocks of addresses containing systems that are apparently sending bulk email (in volumes apparently comparable with the volume from AOL, Earthlink, Google), with any of the following attributes: missing or bogus reverse dns, reverse dns names in domains with no web server, or domains with boilerplate web content.
2) Systems that are strongly suspected of being multistage open relays (where I have not been able to identify the input stage) or open proxies..
Information about 22.214.171.124
Below is the information we have on record about 126.96.36.199
Does IP Address resolve to a reverse hostname... Passed!
Does IP Address comply with reverse hostname naming convention... Failed!
RATS-Dyna - On the list. To be removed go here
RATS-NoPtr - Not on the list
RATS-Spam - Not on the list
Reporting from the front lines of the World Cyber War
By Kilgoar Trowt, on March 26th, 2011
There really is no historical context that adequately frames the World Cyber War. The warriors are disparate and their numbers are unclear. The tactics are most often symbolic, but sometimes vicious and personal. The target is usually an establishment but occasionally an individual. Governments, corporations, and even fringe religious cults have found themselves under constant symbolic threat representative of massive public distrust and disgust. Anyone who angers the population enough will fall symbolic prey, hated by mankind. This phenomenon is known as Anonymous.
Anonymous has become increasingly fractured because of its anarchic and nihilistic origin. The users who try to define this anarchy are known among Anons as moralfags. They attempt to influence the creation of a political cult around promises of utopia. These moralfags use the oxymoronic ideology of anarchy to control others. Several splinter groups have tried and failed to hijack Anonymous in this way and a few have succeeded in some small measure. Still, true Anarchy seems to have stayed decidedly on top of the moralfags. This is evidenced by the recent DDoS attacks on AnonNews from a massive bot-net comprised of over 4,000 machines. No credit has been taken for the attack because the attackers are not moralfags and the action speaks for itself. AnonNews has long been a source for propaganda of all kinds. By its very nature, propaganda is the weapon of the moralfag. Only Chronicle.SU has turned propaganda into a tool to destroy propaganda.