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Just blocked 95.131.[184|185|186|190|191].0/24 on my firewall because suspicious port scanning @WillHillBet

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/11/02

I just blocked these IP subnets on my routers:

  • 95.131.184.0/24
  • 95.131.185.0/24
  • 95.131.186.0/24
  • 95.131.190.0/24
  • 95.131.191.0/24

Within a day they managed to get 60+ IP addresses from these subnets into my port-scanner blacklists because of suspicious port scanning activities.

They mostly belong to Whg (International) Limited, Gibraltar and Whg (International) Limited, United Kingdom  which seem to be related to William Hill Organization Ltd, United Kingdom that I just blocked before.

If the situation continues I’m going to block the 95.131.184.0/26 superblock as well:

–jeroen

Continuation of Just blocked 141.138.130.0/24 and 141.138.131/24 on my firewall because suspicious port scanning @WillHillBet « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff

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