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    Hello, I have a question about finding the Ip addresses "That" might be related to the RIAA or any in that authority that come up in my netstat or better yet a little tool that monitors the whole TCP/IP connections that are estabilished. How do you figure out if they are related to them or not? I know about the Peerguardian tool and the Kazaalite Ip Blocker but what if there new ones that aren't inserted into the guarding.p2p file. I can make knowledge about some of the ip address by the host name, but some of the ip's that pop up in the monitor tool that are refering to Kazaa.kpp I can't make out who they might be from. I hope that most of this makes sense and if anyone could help I sure would appreciate it?


    James

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    I think u only need one post

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    yeah yeah, it made two i dunno why

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    Feed any suspicious IP addresses into this site to find out all about them..

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    Originally posted by toolband185@24 September 2003 - 03:48
    Hello, I have a question about finding the Ip addresses "That" might be related to the RIAA or any in that authority that come up in my netstat or better yet a little tool that monitors the whole TCP/IP connections that are estabilished. How do you figure out if they are related to them or not? I know about the Peerguardian tool and the Kazaalite Ip Blocker but what if there new ones that aren't inserted into the guarding.p2p file. I can make knowledge about some of the ip address by the host name, but some of the ip's that pop up in the monitor tool that are refering to Kazaa.kpp I can't make out who they might be from. I hope that most of this makes sense and if anyone could help I sure would appreciate it?


    James
    check the links in my sig for the peerguardian forum

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    i think most bad IPs are build into k-lite.

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    Originally posted by www.netweiser.com@24 September 2003 - 13:43
    i think most bad IPs are build into k-lite.
    most of those are from the peerguardian database

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    If you get a very tight grouping (in the same class C ip block) of ips which refuse to identify themselves and various WHOIS services either turn up nothing or trace back to a company with no visible internet presence (read: Google and other search engines turn up JACK on it)...

    consider them hostile!


    If you're seeing lots of identical-named users sharing the same MP3 file and K-dat shows them either to have the same ip but different port number or just very close ip numbers -- and WHOIS turns up nothing (like above)...

    consider them very hostile!

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    Hey man just a quick thanks for the reply's I thank you!



    James

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