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15/05/2014 [HACK] Blocklist.de @ Netherlands 15 (80)

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your Server/Customer with the IP: *91.239.64.229* has attacked one of our servers/partners.
The attackers used the method/service: *regbot* on: *Wed, 14 May 2014 01:33:40 +0100*.
The time listed is from the server-time of the Blocklist-user who submitted the report.
The attack was reported to the Blocklist.de-System on: *Wed, 14 May 2014 01:40:22 +0200*

The IP has been automatically blocked for a period of time. For an IP to be blocked, it needs
to have made several failed logins (ssh, imap....), tried to log in for an "invalid user", or have
triggered several 5xx-Error-Codes (eg. Blacklist on email...), all during a short period of time.
The Server-Owner configures the number of failed attempts, and the time period they have
to occur in, in order to trigger a ban and report. Blocklist has no control over these settings.
He has registered automatically on a honeypot Wiki/Forum/Blog-System....
At the site there is a notice that all postings and registrations will be reported.
He used xrumer or other Tools or had a false configured mod_rewrite/mod_proxy who is abused:
http://blog.blocklist.de/2011/03/14/erlauterung-der-einzelnen-dienste-badbots-apacheddos-postfix/#regbots

If the IP is a Tor-Server: http://blog.blocklist.de/tor-server-owner/

Please check the machine behind the IP 91.239.64.229 (91.239.64.229) and fix the problem.
To search for AS-Number/IPs that you control, to see if any others have been infected/blocked, please go to:
http://www.blocklist.de/en/search.html?as=35017

If you need the logs in another format (rather than an attachment), please let us know.
You can see the Logfiles online again: https://www.blocklist.de/en/logs.html?rid=507378429&ip=91.239.64.229


You can parse this abuse report mail with X-ARF-Tools from http://www.x-arf.org/tools.html e.g. validatexarf-php.tar.gz.
You can find more information about X-Arf V0.2 at http://www.x-arf.org/specification.html

This message will be sent again in one day if more attacks are reported to Blocklist.
In the attachment of this message you can find the original logs from the attacked system.

To pause this message for one week, you can use our "Stop Reports" feature on Blocklist.de to submit
the IP you want to stop recieving emails about, and the email you want to stop receiving them on.
If more attacks from your network are recognized after the seven day grace period, the reports will start
being sent again.

To pause these reports for one week:
http://www.blocklist.de/en/insert.html?ip=91.239.64.229&email=abuse@vpsget.com


We found this abuse email address in the Whois-Data from the IP under the SearchString "abuse-mailbox (own-db)"
Reply to this message to let us know if you want us to send future reports to a different email. (e.g. to abuse-quiet or a special address)


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blocklist.de Abuse-Team
This message was sent automatically. For questions please use our Contact-Form (autogenerated@ is not monitored!):
https://www.blocklist.de/en/contact.html?RID=507378429
Logfiles: https://www.blocklist.de/en/logs.html?rid=507378429&ip=91.239.64.229
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Reported-From: abuse-team@blocklist.de
Category: abuse
Report-Type: regbot
Service: regbot
Version: 0.2
User-Agent: Fail2BanFeedBackScript blocklist.de V0.2
Date: Wed, 14 May 2014 01:33:40 +0100
Source-Type: ip-address
Source: 91.239.64.229
Port: 80
Report-ID: 507378429@blocklist.de
Schema-URL: http://www.blocklist.de/downloads/schema/info_0.1.1.json
Attachment: text/plain

91.239.64.229 - - [14/May/2014:01:33:40 +0100] "POST /profile.php HTTP/1.0" 200 790 "-" "-"

Username: celerycheese41
User Email: Eugenevgxqiv@outlook.com
User ICQ:
User AIM:
User MSN:
User Yahoo:
Website:
Location: Oklahoma
Occupation:
Interests:
User Signature:
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Action that has been taken from Proxy.sh: The abuse took place through a common port (80) so action is limited on our side. We will have to shut down this node if the problem occurs again through it.

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