[Operators] R: Spamming/Bots on XMPP

Marco Cirillo maranda at lightwitch.org
Mon Feb 9 21:59:25 UTC 2015


With an educated guess, I suppose your problem's name is called IBR.

Marco.

---- Arsimael Inshan ha scritto ----

>Hello everyone.
>
>During the last days/weeks/month I have to deal with a shitloiad of 
>bots, register account after account on my domains.
>I watched this and found out a good solution: They all register random 
>accounts with a 5-7 username like
>
>xio5edx at DOMAIN.COM
>
>And they come from these IP Addresses:
>
>108.59.11.84 	web28.webfaction.com
>109.233.123.48 	lumiere.etabeta.it
>112.198.64.34 	112.198.64.34
>162.251.83.39 	vps.manchesterwebhosting.co.uk
>176.126.252.12 	aurora.enn.lu
>192.220.23.237 	enetcr08.securesites.net
>193.200.173.5 	s9.freehost.com.ua
>193.219.160.2 	main.ktc.lt
>194.0.200.11 	194.0.200.11
>194.126.183.156 	1,94126E+11
>195.70.35.245 	x-page.hu
>198.65.30.250 	trgserver1.expressivetek.com
>208.113.231.237 	fir.dreamhost.com
>208.67.250.171 	www.px2online.com
>209.68.5.179 	douhisi.pair.com
>212.98.187.70 	212.98.187.70
>217.160.253.33 	server4shop.de
>217.196.220.2 	kopr.nettle.cz
>27.109.94.214 	27.109.94.214
>46.37.21.123 	host123-21-37-46.serverdedicati.aruba.it
>49.212.76.195 	49.212.76.195
>50.63.152.96 	ip-50-63-152-96.ip.secureserver.net
>62.183.104.5 	www2.astranet.ru
>64.13.192.11 	cl02.gs01.gridserver.com
>66.135.38.154 	server1.shoppinglistexpress.com
>66.180.162.9 	ded1009-lin-162-9.netsonic.net
>72.3.217.177 	72.3.217.177
>74.80.172.122 	122.smart-dns.net
>81.169.162.116 	h1599023.stratoserver.net
>81.90.37.146 	146-37-90-81.rt.cmo.de
>82.165.137.178 	s16554760.onlinehome-server.info
>82.211.19.143 	server5.4pc.eu
>83.125.28.180 	ix-180.myrack.q-nic.de
>83.144.92.212 	mail.brandcomm.pl
>83.87.37.237 	535725ED.cm-6-8a.dynamic.ziggo.nl
>84.120.254.236 	84.120.254.236.dyn.user.ono.com
>85.152.33.147 	cm-staticIP-85-152-33-147.telecable.es
>85.196.241.198 	dmbackup.stv.ee.241.196.85.in-addr.arpa
>91.223.240.83 	91.223.240.83
>93.176.82.58 	93.176.82.58
>94.75.112.152 	94.75.112.152
>96.56.83.114 	webmail4.mbi-inc.com
>
>
>I allready cleared this list from TOR exit nodes and random enduser 
>connections, but these IP Addresses are the main part. I had nearly 15k 
>registrations in the last month just from those addresses.
>I allready wrote to the Admins of these domains/Servers, informing tham 
>that there are bots on their servers.
>
>Anyone else having problems with spammers lately?
>
>-- 
>A. Inshan
>IT-Consultant
>
>email: ai at jhml.de
>web: https://www.it-native.de (german)
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