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Sebastien Tricaud (stricaud inl fr) (1 replies)
regarding malicious domains becoming inactive Nov 04 2008 06:35AM
Bhatnagar, Mayank (mbhatnagar ipolicynetworks com) (2 replies)
Re: regarding malicious domains becoming inactive Nov 04 2008 04:28PM
Sushant Sinha (sushant umich edu) (1 replies)
Re: regarding malicious domains becoming inactive Nov 05 2008 06:16AM
yelukati mahendra (mahendra_yn yahoo com)
These websites operate as one night shops,they have a range of domain names and IP's,they use the domain names or IP's randomly - I mean per activity basis,like for one kind of malware they use a particular name or a particular IP and when this activity gets traced,that particular domain name / IP is blocked or blacklisted,but they continue their activity using the other names/IP's to pump in other malware.

So in my perspective it is quite hard to tell when these particular websites or on and when they are off.Until and unless somebody blacklists or blocks the entire range given to these kind of people.

--- On Tue, 4/11/08, Sushant Sinha <sushant (at) umich (dot) edu [email concealed]> wrote:

> From: Sushant Sinha <sushant (at) umich (dot) edu [email concealed]>
> Subject: Re: regarding malicious domains becoming inactive
> To: "Bhatnagar, Mayank" <mbhatnagar (at) ipolicynetworks (dot) com [email concealed]>
> Cc: honeypots (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Date: Tuesday, 4 November, 2008, 9:58 PM
> List of mailicious/advertising domains is maintained by a
> number of
> people. SURBL (surbl.org) maintains list of URLs found in
> spam and
> Google maintains list of websites that may infect the end
> user
> (uprovides using the safe browsing API). Stopbadware also
> maintains such
> a list.
>
> So the only question is when are these websites active and
> when are they
> inactive. I do not see why this information is terribly
> important as
> assuming that these websites are always up is more safe.
>
> -Sushant.
> On Tue, 2008-11-04 at 12:05 +0530, Bhatnagar, Mayank wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Often we find while analyzing malwares that malicious
> domains become
> > inactive after some period of time.
> >
> > They may be active during initial period of activity,
> malwares when
> > executed connecting to these domains, these domains
> then sending
> > malicious files....binaries etc.....but just as soon
> as this information
> > is being known or the behavior has been captured by
> IDS/IPS signatures
> > blocking this domain, soon the domain itself become
> inactive.
> >
> > What do you feel should be the responsibility of
> IDS/IPS solution
> > providers? I feel keeping track of such domains (live
> or down) in an
> > automated manner may be one possibility, keeping a
> signature for some
> > time as a measure of protection another. Also
> maintaining blacklists of
> > these domains may be helpful.
> >
> > How should one handle such cases? Any ideas?
> >
> > Thanks & Regards,
> > Mayank
> >
> >
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Re: regarding malicious domains becoming inactive Nov 04 2008 04:22PM
Andre D. Correa (andre correa pobox com)


 

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