I'm a researcher at UC Berkeley and the International Computer Science
Institute. My colleagues and I are working on evaluating and improving the
accuracy of blacklists. As part of this work, we'd like to hear from you
about the blacklists you currently use, what you perceive as their
strengths and weaknesses, and any thoughts you have on how they might be
We've prepared an anonymous survey where you can share your views:
If you have five to ten minutes free today to fill it out, I would greatly
appreciate your help! Thank you, and please don't hesitate to respond to me
with comments or questions.
(Apologies if you receive this message twice - trying to minimize
cross-posting while still reaching a broad audience)
Anushah Hossain, PhD Student
Energy and Resources Group, UC Berkeley
Few networks from India are listed in this Spoofer report so forwarding
to the Indian NOG mailing list.
For further details, please contact <spoofer-info(a)caida.org>.
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Subject: [SANOG] Spoofer Report for SANOG for Jun 2019
Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2019 10:00:26 -0700
From: CAIDA Spoofer Project <spoofer-info(a)caida.org>
In response to feedback from operational security communities,
CAIDA's source address validation measurement project
(https://spoofer.caida.org) is automatically generating monthly
reports of ASes originating prefixes in BGP for systems from which
we received packets with a spoofed source address.
We are publishing these reports to network and security operations
lists in order to ensure this information reaches operational
contacts in these ASes.
This report summarises tests conducted within afg, bgd, btn, ind, lka,
mdv, npl, pak.
Inferred improvements during Jun 2019:
Source Address Validation issues inferred during Jun 2019:
ASN Name First-Spoofed Last-Spoofed
24560 AIRTELBROADBAND 2016-03-12 2019-06-25
17747 ZIML-AP 2016-07-22 2019-06-06
55836 RELIANCEJIO-IN 2017-03-03 2019-06-30
9541 CYBERNET-AP 2018-05-17 2019-06-25
132976 KINGSBROADBAND 2018-09-17 2019-06-26
138418 2018-12-06 2019-06-21
18024 2019-01-09 2019-06-04
9829 BSNL-NIB 2019-03-07 2019-06-11
Further information for these tests where we received spoofed
packets is available at:
Please send any feedback or suggestions to spoofer-info(a)caida.org
My mail id is raj(a)mnetconnect.com
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