Today, I checked the logfiles, and noticed a reader had visited that page after querying a certain search engine for “cyveillance”. Huh. Interesting. Running Firefox under Windows XP, I figured they were probably a webmaster of some site somewhere, looking (as I occasionally do) for newly-discovered Cyveillance netblocks to block traffic from.
The IP address was 126.96.36.199; the reverse DNS is seriously broken, so right now the Gods only know if there’s a hostname associated with that IP. What we mere mortals can tell, though, is it’s probably a router or firewall, being right at the beginning of it’s netblock (188.8.131.52 – 184.108.40.206).
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