[AusNOG] Wikileaks leaks the list... [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
Kayne.Naughton at acma.gov.au
Thu Mar 19 14:04:58 EST 2009
As I understand it (from the fact sheet on the page I linked yesterday
infact - it may answer quite a few of the questions you pose here) you
apparently can't link to links of prohibited content. I don't know the
For those asking I deal mainly with the Australian Internet Security
Initiative. We take feeds of compromised Australian computers (eg.
MEBroot and Conficker infected computers), normalise it, and pass it
onto the ISPs so they can contact the customer to get themselves cleaned
up. We never know who the human being involved is unless they contact us
personally, so don't worry - we're not Big Brother.
We also look after some of the IT needs for the Anti Spam Team here
(they are technical, but not manipulating a 40 million row db
From: ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net
[mailto:ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net] On Behalf Of Skeeve Stevens
Sent: Thursday, 19 March 2009 2:41 PM
To: Simon Lyall; ausnog at ausnog.net
Subject: Re: [AusNOG] Wikileaks leaks the list...
The one I found interesting was the link to another wikileak article
which listed the Denmark banned list.
Was that banned because that list also contained banned things? Or
because Denmark asked them to.
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> bounces at lists.ausnog.net] On Behalf Of Simon Lyall
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> Interesting read.
> Most of the stuff looks like kiddie porn but a few other bits and
> pieces in there.
> A couple of wikipedia links. One is deleted and 2 are collections if
> "adult" wikipedia pictures.
> Some gambling sites
> A lot fetish and fairly mainstream porn sites too.
> And at least one well known "shock site" ( hint: fruit+gathering )
> Youtube pages
>  - I'm not going to check though.
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