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Once again, a Deutsche Telekom network. Using "-B" flag in whois or following URI in remarks gives abuse[at]t-online.de



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% To receive output for a database update, use the "-B" flag.

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inetnum: -

netname: DTAG-STATIC06

descr: Deutsche Telekom AG

T-DSL Business

static dial-up

country: DE

admin-c: DTIP

tech-c: DTST


remarks: **********************************

* Abuse Contact: *

* http://www.t-com.de/ip-abuse *

* in case of spam, Hack Attacks, *

* Illegal Activity, Violation, *

* Scans, Probes, etc. *



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Pushing this topic because reporting for this network still does not work. Now there is even a second address:

% Abuse contact for ' -' is 'auftrag[at]nic.telekom.de'

Unfortunately not even one is used by SpamCop.

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Thanks A B - I see the same, seems straight-forward, both appear to be valid and responsive e-mail addresses on SMTP query. abuse[at]t-online.de apparently preferred.

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% Abuse contact for ' -' is 'auftrag[at]nic.telekom.de'


inetnum: -


person: Security Team

e-mail: abuse[at]t-online.de

changed: abuse[at]t-ipnet.de 20030210

changed: auftrag[at]nic.telekom.de 20110215

changed: auftrag[at]nic.telekom.de 20130617

Over to SC staff ...
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