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ACSP Suggestion 2012.15: Network Abuse Report


Aleksandr Medvedev
Submitted On:
03 October 2012

Hello. On the ip address there are constant attacks DNS, the addresses:
Please take action.
Thank you.

Timeframe: Immediate

04 October 2012

Tracking Information

ARIN Comment

04 October 2012

In regards to your report of network abuse, please see the ARIN Network Abuse page at

While it may appear in some Internet tools that ARIN is a source of network abuse directed at you or your networks, this is not the case. Many current software programs designed to detect network abuse are configured to query only one of the five RIR Whois databases for identification purposes. If the software is unable to find an exact match, it may return results indicating ARIN is the source of the abuse. However, this usually means that the software has failed to query the other Whois databases. If this happens, you may wish to query the ARIN Whois database directly for further information. The web version of Whois is available at

As the American Registry for Internet Numbers is a Regional Internet Registry (RIR), we have no authority or ability to directly address any issues related to network abuse. For resolution of the issue you referenced, please contact the organization or Internet Service Provider (ISP) registered as being associated with the relevant IP addresses. Thank you.

Suggestion 2012.15 is now closed.

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