That’s not the only spamming churn activity in Canada for October.
The log chart shows MetroBridge Networks Corporation AS 25976
METROBRIDGE-NET jumping up from zero to take ninth place.
It looks like one organization may have cleaned up its act while another
Last month’s winner, Canaca-com’s AS 33139 CANACA-210, came in
second. From there down it’s mostly the usual suspects in slightly
Interestingly, longterm winner Bell Canada’s AS 577 BACOM
only came in fourth.
This is unusual for a national telco.
Maybe they’re watching the rankings?
Aldo Cortesi channels Elinor Ostrom and summarizes what we need to fix Internet security
by enticing the providers and users of the Internet to manage it
as a commons.
But first, some background.
Since at least 1997 (“Is the Internet a Commons?” Matrix News, November 1997)
I’ve been going on about how Garrett Hardin’s idea of the
tragedy of the commons doesn’t have to apply to the Internet, because:
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