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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2016 10:36 am
 


EDIT: I will periodically add updates to this topic in order to keep all of the info in one place.


Per the FBI's weekly report:

23.253.126.58
158.69.128.106
103.195.103.254
103.195.103.77
23.105.131.241
174.127.99.182
208.100.26.234
103.195.103.94
190.167.82.243
176.31.181.139
98.124.243.47
5.135.178.95
163.172.151.248
141.8.224.169
93.126.77.73
192.187.106.133
69.65.17.35
185.104.9.39


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2016 10:40 am
 


BartSimpson wrote:
Per the FBI's weekly report:

176.31.181.139


France? That was surprising. We hardly ever get hacking attempts from there.

And China seems to have rolled it back somewhat! Iran and Russia have hit the accelerator though.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2016 10:53 am
 


The US government is openly attacking Russia so amped up Russian activity makes sense.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:25 pm
 


More IP addresses and domains to block per the FBI:

and9.themainnotmainstreet3.com
and9.themainnotmainstreet1.com
sofareviews.org
blacksoapreviews.com
rebuserewhen.com
hectanarkin.ru
parmeughlet.ru
ttbeensoftnotperformance.ru
and9.themainnotmainstreet4.com
wycpo.com
pubzat.com
mayentirelyexpokind.ru
pthdr.com
rdrgb.com
cuntwa.com
rp.wnyprt.com
defender-accounts.eacceleration.com
downloadusaweb.info
cloud77.eu
bucks.onepiecedream.com
nlcfoundation.org
www.parsianparto.com
dqqbrrejklsr.in
humilladeronuevapamplona.org
ijnelttxxmnn.in
london-urology-partners.com
voictoall.com
earlyanswered.com
nasr-mobtakeran.com
nazeranyekta.com
netshivhumbetraders.co.za
severalcamp.com
www.servetreklam.com
www.userbest.com
4169e1.com
besidesdream.com
download.logicinterface.site
infernomag.com
interestingchapter.net
natufarma.net
opnfvwbi.net
r.nusoftinstalls.com
sevgikresi.net
tinhorecrin.com
www.20mbweb.com
www.noray.com.mx

23.253.126.58
80.78.251.134
198.37.112.248
184.105.192.2
89.32.131.56
104.239.213.7
46.185.86.66
77.121.227.179
52.87.37.147
37.235.222.17
185.5.248.171
206.221.189.43
52.207.40.99
52.205.68.200
52.2.72.151
52.88.94.34
5.135.179.58
5.135.178.95
176.31.241.189
52.39.235.174
54.225.219.38
52.25.33.4
46.173.88.6
54.191.59.48


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:39 pm
 


sO HOW DO i USE THESE?


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:45 pm
 


andyt wrote:
sO HOW DO i USE THESE?


If you have a network firewall or filtering appliance or software you'd add these to your block or exception list.

To do the same thing in Internet Explorer on a home PC go here:

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/block-web ... er-windows

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andyt wrote:
sO HOW DO i USE THESE?

First buy the fastest i7 computer you can find so it can sort through the 50Gigs of blocked addresses and still keep up with your typing on notepad...


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 6:06 am
 


All we seem to be blocking are Tor exit nodes. It seems the Russkies think we are morons. :roll:


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:54 am
 


Here's the FBI's list for today:

distinguishinggroup.ru
undercanimplied.ru
pubzat.com
wipsoftwarefollowing.ru
thethiswwwdamagecontrit.ru
and9.themainnotmainstreet3.com
and9.themainnotmainstreet1.com
a.precipicevigna.xyz
howbetmarow.ru
hedttalhemut.com
cywatido.ru
a.turboclk.com
mayentirelyexpokind.ru
pthdr.com
tinhorecrin.com
and9.themainnotmainstreet4.com
wycpo.com
solohaly.ru
rp.wnyprt.com
www.vh266755.hostline.su
www.hoarafushionline.net
www.domedex.com
ugpittsburgh.com
www.ganberryapps.com
beautifllink.xyz
cuntwa.com
cdn.bezzona.xyz
underbuild.net
www.userbest.com
capitalinformer.com
leftwasssitne.ru
nyrgjyzqbinwzelqtk.com
365-accounts-validator.usa.cc
ap1.simsim24.pw
earlyanswered.com
fi.simsim24.pw
cuojshtbohnt.com
egrtransportation.com
llqzjdtfexhuw5.com
a.danceableseldane.xyz
conf.v.xunlei.com
cuojshtbohnt.net
gluxktanmlwdobypw.com
jesusonlynet.org
metromanias.com
morenofan.info
oprqdzgywunhtovd.com
philosophymercer.com
pppcw.shieldapps.ml
proceedcheck.xyz
registry-finder.com
rhxowrzhrqpqab.com
travelmeant.net
twiceseparate.com
vyqhdtnsfrie.com
www.20mbweb.com
www.chiromegalyclosegrain.webcam
www.squiressoceanauts.webcam

185.145.45.5
23.253.126.58
50.63.202.44
103.195.103.253
88.135.87.160
198.37.112.248
46.98.74.199
188.26.15.246
188.27.155.116
184.105.192.2
212.92.243.59
46.173.77.213
176.102.214.252
173.75.33.62
46.63.60.91
84.245.207.245
37.229.210.147
82.193.110.192
104.239.157.210
185.185.181.72
46.174.121.122
176.36.69.76
46.118.81.10
77.123.20.81
109.200.137.232
37.55.227.85
77.122.54.145
134.255.134.182
81.162.113.104
116.0.120.87
46.119.233.1
134.249.80.101
31.129.127.143
86.121.53.77
31.6.98.151
46.20.180.123
176.36.87.164
178.74.208.192
5.248.177.113
147.194.1.229
91.217.68.81
213.111.219.215
92.38.51.24
5.135.178.95
84.252.8.187
192.185.118.67
193.32.12.58
91.246.228.115
176.8.63.44
173.224.246.7
46.98.245.96
69.175.87.74
90.154.128.74
37.57.37.234
91.202.59.228
93.76.203.160
94.233.133.29
176.120.109.161
176.36.98.125
200.125.124.56
209.15.192.165
70.71.22.43
91.210.110.153
93.126.82.104
173.174.246.52
176.100.163.180
176.215.171.85
178.211.102.79
190.73.102.32
193.111.188.230
212.2.153.190
76.123.182.227
93.170.149.163
94.190.19.40


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:49 pm
 


The UK and US are constantly hacking govts, companies and individuals in Europe. Their indignation is a little faux.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 11:49 pm
 


Heard of a new scam today. Unknown number calls you up, pretends it's a bad line and asks if you can hear them. If you say yes, they've digitized your voice print and they use it to authorize new insurance or credit card changes etc.


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herbie wrote:
Heard of a new scam today. Unknown number calls you up, pretends it's a bad line and asks if you can hear them. If you say yes, they've digitized your voice print and they use it to authorize new insurance or credit card changes etc.

Dunno if you're being sarcastic but I wouldn't be surprised by something like that. The whole facial/voice recognition idea is cute in science fiction but in practice it's an absolute security nightmare.


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Public_Domain wrote:
herbie wrote:
Heard of a new scam today. Unknown number calls you up, pretends it's a bad line and asks if you can hear them. If you say yes, they've digitized your voice print and they use it to authorize new insurance or credit card changes etc.

Dunno if you're being sarcastic but I wouldn't be surprised by something like that. The whole facial/voice recognition idea is cute in science fiction but in practice it's an absolute security nightmare.

They aren't security measures, they're ease of access measures. Like a fingerprint on a phone.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 10:31 am
 


herbie wrote:
Heard of a new scam today. Unknown number calls you up, pretends it's a bad line and asks if you can hear them. If you say yes, they've digitized your voice print and they use it to authorize new insurance or credit card changes etc.


I didn't know that one! Thanks for passing it along! R=UP


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:39 am
 


I wasn't being sarcastic - RCMP PSA. Heard it on CKNW, I wasn't even aware of 'voice signatures' being used.
Here's first thing I found online

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2017/01/30/ ... -now-scam/


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