https://bgp.he.net/AS19108#_whois (AS19108 - Suddenlink Communications / suddenlink.net / suddenlink.com)
https://bgp.he.net/AS18710#_graph4 (Suddenlink Communications / suddenlink.net / suddenlink.com is running gkg.net)
www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/GKG.net (the unsatisfactory reputation of GKG.NET, INC / gkg.net; supporting criminal activity)
www.legitscript.com/blog/2017/10/the-whos-who-of-rogue-registrars/ (item 5)
Suddenlink Communications / suddenlink.net / suddenlink.com sustains up to "medium" amounts of spam sent during a 30 day period from CBL-listed, botnet-infected IP addresses.
www.spamhaus.org/sbl/listings/suddenlink.net (continual spam for 17+ days)
Site is involved in sending of spam emails, claiming to lead to Halifax Bank login page. In fact the link leads to paperbag.com.ua, which I have also updated on this site. Site is running outdated 2.2.20 Apache Server software, which contains a serious vulnerability. (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2011-3192 refers)This site is likely compromised as a result. Website is also not protected by any firewall.
Please DM when site issues have been resolved to have this rating modified.
SUDDENLINK is a large cable company. They offerr Cable TV, Tdelephone and Broadband Internet.
They have a good reputation as far as very few Outages.
They Broadband up to 30 mbs
SUDDENLINK HAS ONE BIG FLAW!
THEY DO NOT HAVE ANY INTERNET/E-MAIL SECURITY!
And I find that a BIG Flaw.
In talks with various "Supervisors the best answer I get is
"I am sure they looking into that."
Luckily there are lots of programs available to scan e-mail
But, there are tens of thousands of Users that because of a lack of How Things Work on the Internet they are open to being ta victim of Identity Theft. A lot of Malware is spread through
e-mail and it targets Newbies. All ISP's should have E-Mail Filters to protect it's subscribers.
Seemingly clueless communications company sending Bank of America phisher spam from IP 184.108.40.206 & account firstname.lastname@example.org - for over a week.
No response to abuse@ emails, so - here we are.
419 Nigerian scam originating from suddenlink.net (220.127.116.11) in Tyler Texas
From: bankole williams <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2013 5:44 AM
Attn,Your Atm/visa card is ready for picks.Get back to me.Regards Mr Bankole