Month: June 2009

A Deeper Look at The Iranian Firewall

In the previous blog post about the Iranian firewall, we explored macro level Iranian traffic engineering changes (showing that Iran cut all communication after the election and then slowly added back Internet connectivity over the course of several days). Like many other news reports and […]

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Iranian Traffic Engineering

The outcome of the Iranian elections now hangs in the balance and perhaps, also on the availability of the Internet (or at least Twitter and Facebook according to the US State Department). Based on significant Internet engineering changes over the last week, the Iranian government […]

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Things in 3FN

I think by this time folks know about the FTC action against 3FN (Triple Fiber Network). Here’s some of the stuff we had tracked there over the years. WinReanimator, Cutwail botnet activity. RogueAV in many forms including TubeStreamDrivers, av-pro-2009.com, do-make-progress.com, and related domains Pinch controllers […]

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