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  1. Some of our ip address are being listed, and following the orientations at apwes.org, here it goes. Please, remove from blacklist, all the ip address contained inside the blocks 177.155.192.0/21 and 186.251.96.0/21. Tanks,
  2. APEWS: Record Number:E-464123 IP:59.8.0.0/13 This is the record number of APEWS listing for my network. Kindly recheck and remove. Thanks.
  3. Hi, I read the What to do if you're on APEWS article. But I want to document it somewhere. Please ignore this post if you don't care about APEWS. APEWS entry E-988096 is outdated: Entry matching your Query: E-988096 IP: 62.75.191.124 CASE: C-1445 Spammer, scanner, scammer, zombie PC, rooted PC, bot, etc History: Entry created 2013-12-21
  4. Hi, I know... this is no APEWS forum, they abuse it by referring people here. I also read the What to do if you're on APEWS article. Anyway this should be documented somewhere. Please ignore this post if you don't care about APEWS. APEWS entry E-1718287 is outdated: Entry matching your Query: E-1718287 185.3.176.0/20 CASE: C-131 Unallocated CIDR, no traffic until allocated, or allocated to bad reputation provider or allocated but dynamic / generically named IPs, or bogons, see www.cidr-report.org, or orphaned IP / CIDR in routing table History: Entry created 2014-08-18 The entry now also covers lots of different provider allocations: inetnum: 185.3.176.0 - 185.3.179.255 netname: NL-NETWORKCONCEPTS-20120921 inetnum: 185.3.180.0 - 185.3.183.255 netname: RU-REDCOM-20120321 inetnum: 185.3.184.0 - 185.3.187.255 netname: DE-EGENTIC-20120921 inetnum: 185.3.188.0 - 185.3.191.255 netname: AM-IUNETWORKS-20140702 Each of these providers might or might not be worth an APEWS listing, but at least they should be handled independently.