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OVH server abuse in general


Neil
17-06-2011, 17:32
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
It also helps to pay attention RBL's like Spamhaus. They're not just for anti-spam, but also for servers that are compromised/exploited.

PS: OVH is *finally* no longer listed on the Spamhaus' top 10. Kudos!
Actually, we have been outside for quiet a few months though, but it does require daily attention. We can do better though

Myatu
17-06-2011, 17:13
It also helps to pay attention RBL's like Spamhaus. They're not just for anti-spam, but also for servers that are compromised/exploited.

PS: OVH is *finally* no longer listed on the Spamhaus' top 10. Kudos!

Neil
17-06-2011, 11:58
Hi

Both addresses work, but officially it is abuse@ovh.net, so you should use this one.

We do have a website, but it is only for phishing and spam at the moment, see http://abuse.ovh.net/

LawsHosting
17-06-2011, 10:16
Recently, from OVH IPs, I'm seeing more and more port scans, phpmyadmin scan attempts, etc - port scans are blocked by Portsentry - and I manually block IPs in iptables.

I'm seeing two abuse addresses for OVH, @ovh.net and @ovh.com - which is best to use? As in, will either one make OVH act more quickly? I'm currently using the .net one.

Would it be better if OVH set up some sort of online abuse report site where we can submit reports - as 1. reports will not get lost, and 2. they may get sorted more quickly (ok, so I can dream!!).