swingspacers Posted February 24, 2005 Share Posted February 24, 2005 I agree with Miss Betsy that ISPs should offer a 'fixit' plan. When you suspend customers, they cannot connect to the Internet to download security tools. Therefore it is not surprising that their machines are still infected when they are allowed to reconnect. I think that ISPs should disconnect compromised machines from the public Internet and should connect them to an internal 'fixit' network, where basically all ports are blocked and all http requests are redirected to a site where the customer can download antivirus software, trojan removers, security updates, and so on. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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