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computers fuck korea. fuck korea right up the 38th parallel.
by kraken
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on Mar 9, 2003 07:03:17 PM

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I've just about decided that korea should be removed from the internet.
 
the DDoS started a month ago today. over the course of the month, most of the machines participating dropped out... but as of yesterday, there were still 6 machines sending my old IP address about 768kbps worth of oversized, fragmented, ICMP packets. guess where all 6 of these machines are? that's right boys and girls, KOREA! anyone ever tried to contact the abuse department at a korean ISP / university? you might as well dip your penis in mashed bananas and stand naked in front of a monkey, for all the good it would do toward stopping the abuse. over the course of this month from hell, I've sent emails to most of these ISPs at least 6 times, with no reply. one of them replied, and from what I was able to decipher with my limited engrish skills, he basically told me that they weren't responsible for the actions of their customers. isn't non-accountability grand?

in the meantime, my ISP won't give me a new permanent static IP address, they just tell me, "use DHCP until it blows over." fuck that.

I WANT MY STATIC IP BACK.
I WANT WANG-FU.ORG TO WORK AGAIN.


GIVE TO RADISKULL.



so, in review,

fuck korea. fuck korea right up the 38th parallel.


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    accountability
    by cxreg(cxreg@godfuckingdamnit.com)
    gfd messagesAIM
    on Mar 9, 2003 07:05:33 PM
    (#5269)
    You're absolutely right that accountability is the problem. Until major internet carriers (AT&T, Sprint, UUNet, etc) start just DROPPING THE ROUTE for ignorant networks that play dumb and abuse everyone's resources, it will never stop. I'd love to see the day when Korea can only talk to Korea.
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      damn straight
      by kraken
      gfd messages
      on Mar 9, 2003 07:07:14 PM
      (#5271)
      my latest tactic is to try and convince my ISP to blackhole 211.0.0.0/8 upstream. well, either that or those 6 IP addresses.
      [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
    kakakaka
    by zaxon(huk~)
    gfd messagesMSN
    on Mar 9, 2003 08:46:08 PM
    (#5280)
    ADVICE FOR WHEN MAILING KOREA "ISPS":

    Format your communication thusly:

    "DEAR PCBANG,

    YOU KOREA VERY ZZANG. MOST ZZANG. ME GIVE VERY ITAMS FOR STOP DDOS USA COMPUTER. SO SORRY USA GOERGE BUSH USA MILITARY NOT FAULT ME~ 10 SOJ ME GIEV FOR STOP DDOS FROM PCBANG OR CUSTOMER. PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ ^_^;; YOU STOP DDOS, ME SEND YOU MANY DOG TO EAT~~~~~~~ KEKEKE YOU ME FRIEND OK ^_^;; BUT DOG YES~~~

    THX~~~~
    BABAHUK_KRAKENZZANG @ USA"
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    Um...
    by GMFTatsujin(Ask and ye shall receive)
    gfd messagesAIM
    on Mar 9, 2003 09:34:13 PM
    (#5290)
    Although the reference to the 38th parallel is apt and displays some knowledge of geography, isn't saying that the attack comes from Korea sort of akin to saying that I've never been to Dakota?

    I guess what I'm asking is, "Good Korea or Ba-a-a-a-ad Korea?"
    GMFTatsujin
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      well
      by kraken
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      on Mar 9, 2003 09:41:59 PM
      (#5292)
      since the 38th parallel is the border between north and south, and I have reasons for disliking both koreas (noo-klear weapons in the north, and evil hax0rz in the south), I figured it'd be good to just fuck them right up the middle.
      [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
        and besides,
        by zaxon(huk~)
        gfd messagesMSN
        on Mar 9, 2003 10:21:24 PM
        (#5295)
        it sort of goes without saying that it's the south. North Koreans aren't allowed to access the internet... that wouldnt jive with the whole "Big Brother" thing they have going on there. South Koreans, on the other hand, are fucking obsessed with the internet.
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          well, compared to china
          by cxreg(cxreg@godfuckingdamnit.com)
          gfd messagesAIM
          on Mar 9, 2003 11:02:48 PM
          (#5297)
          it would be a walk in the park

          China actually attempts to let 2 billion people use the interweb, while only seeing what they want them to see. Needless to say, they don't do a very good job.
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            Speaking of asians:
            by rababa(chickenchoker@farm.ch)
            gfd messages
            on Mar 11, 2003 05:37:11 PM
            (#5442)
            A Walk In The Park
            That is a title of a JPOP song my roommate used to blast for quite some time - I don't remember who sings it. its all in japanese but one sentance:
            "A Walk in The Park"
            And that's what got stuck in my head - **Ringing** - it's a really catchy song.

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    update
    by kraken
    gfd messages
    on Apr 3, 2003 08:34:10 AM
    (#6016)
    as of 3am this morning, the last machine DoS'ing me stopped. the webmaster of housebug.co.kr, that bastion of korean car websites, and provider of the last 20kB/s of oversized, highly fragmented icmp packets, ACTUALLY FIXED HIS SERVER.

    praise jeebus.

    RIP, DDoS,
    february 8th - april 3
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