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ohmer

join:2003-08-06
Quebec, QC
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TPB blocked by transit provider? (peer1 at ebox)

TPB not working... traceroute:

 1. 192.168.7.1                                                              0.0%     1    0.2   0.2   0.2   0.2   0.0
 2. ???
 3. 10.170.172.97                                                                     0.0%     1   15.4  15.4  15.4  15.4   0.0
 4. 10.170.170.205                                                                    0.0%     1   14.6  14.6  14.6  14.6   0.0
 5. 10.170.171.217                                                                    0.0%     1   13.7  13.7  13.7  13.7   0.0
 6. cable-gig01.electronicbox.net                                                     0.0%     1   12.6  12.6  12.6  12.6   0.0
 7. core2.cable.gig02.electronicbox.net                                               0.0%     1   12.6  12.6  12.6  12.6   0.0
 8. core1-mtl-ip4.electronicbox.net                                                   0.0%     1   12.2  12.2  12.2  12.2   0.0
 9. ebox.peer1.electronicbox.net                                                      0.0%     1   12.9  12.9  12.9  12.9   0.0
10. 10ge.xe-2-0-0.nyc-telx-dis-1.peer1.net                                            0.0%     1   28.4  28.4  28.4  28.4   0.0
11. ???
 

Ok, let try to route this ip via vpn hosted in france:
1. 192.168.7.1                                                              0.0%     4    0.2   0.2   0.2   0.2   0.0
 2. 10.13.0.1                                                                         0.0%     4  111.5 113.0 109.2 116.0   3.2
 3. ???
 4. rbx-2-6k.fr.eu                                                                   25.0%     4  132.7 141.3 111.6 179.6  34.8
 5. rbx-g2-a9.fr.eu                                                                   0.0%     4  112.9 112.6 111.9 113.1   0.6
 6. ams-5-6k.nl.eu                                                                   33.3%     4  118.4 116.8 115.2 118.4   2.3
    ams-5-6k.nl.eu
 7. 10ge-ams-ix.ams1.portlane.net                                                     0.0%     3  117.0 117.5 117.0 118.1   0.5
 8. te-2-1.sto3.se.portlane.net                                                      33.3%     3  134.3 135.6 134.3 136.9   1.8
 9. ge-0-4.sth3-core-1.srstubes.net                                                   0.0%     3  139.3 136.4 135.0 139.3   2.5
10. ge-1-2.sth4-dr-1.srstubes.net                                                     0.0%     3  143.1 139.7 136.3 143.1   3.4
11. sthix-ge-0-2.moria-cr-1.piratpartiet.net                                          0.0%     3  143.8 139.1 135.5 143.8   4.2
12. thepiratebay.piratpartiet.se                                                      0.0%     3  139.0 137.1 133.7 139.0   3.0
13. ???
 

TPB now working!!

I don't blame my ISP (ebox), seem to stop after peer1 router.


GOTEKKY_JP

join:2005-12-12
Saint-Laurent, QC

Re: TPB blocked by transit provider?

We have servers at Peer1 in Scarborough and I can confirm the trace is going nowhere.

4 10ge.xe-0-0-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.149) 0.881 ms 0.879 ms 0.866 ms
5 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 0.939 ms 0.982 ms 0.982 ms
6 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 0.903 ms 0.909 ms 0.908 ms
7 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 0.963 ms * *
8 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 0.891 ms 0.969 ms 0.972 ms
9 * * *
10 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.002 ms 0.999 ms 0.990 ms
11 * * *
12 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.021 ms 1.068 ms 1.015 ms
13 * * *
14 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.127 ms 1.128 ms 1.043 ms
15 * * *
16 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.063 ms 1.071 ms 1.056 ms
17 * * 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 1.144 ms
18 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.162 ms 1.153 ms 1.144 ms
19 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 1.134 ms 1.211 ms 1.219 ms
20 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.139 ms 1.166 ms 1.155 ms
21 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 1.250 ms 1.255 ms 1.250 ms
22 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.214 ms 1.211 ms 1.208 ms
23 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 1.249 ms 1.330 ms 1.350 ms
24 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 7.981 ms 7.995 ms 27.486 ms
25 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 1.297 ms 1.316 ms 1.305 ms
26 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 27.419 ms 27.433 ms 27.446 ms
27 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 1.337 ms 1.338 ms 1.395 ms
28 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 27.382 ms 1.347 ms 1.342 ms
29 10ge.xe-2-0-0.tor-151f-cor-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.145) 1.396 ms 1.389 ms 1.391 ms
30 10ge.xe-0-2-0.tor-151f-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.114.146) 1.342 ms 1.328 ms 1.334 ms


GOTEKKY_JP

join:2005-12-12
Saint-Laurent, QC
reply to ohmer

Re: TPB blocked by transit provider? (peer1 at ebox)

Seems to be a case of Peer1 cooperating with the Department of Homeland Security.

God bless the 51st state.


ohmer

join:2003-08-06
Quebec, QC
kudos:1
said by GOTEKKY_JP:

Seems to be a case of Peer1 cooperating with the Department of Homeland Security.

God bless the 51st state.

Do you have a source?

I hope ebox will use alternative routing to bypass this shit. I'm not even a tpb user, but I care about net neutrality.


GOTEKKY_JP

join:2005-12-12
Saint-Laurent, QC
said by ohmer:

Do you have a source?

I hope ebox will use alternative routing to bypass this shit. I'm not even a tpb user, but I care about net neutrality.

No source, if they are expect other providers to comply if they haven't already. TSI's going thru HE.net to get to TPB.

You could try looking glass on major US backbones to verify.


jp_zer01

@videotron.ca
reply to ohmer
TPB was offline for me earlier too. I'm on Videotron.


GOTEKKY_JP

join:2005-12-12
Saint-Laurent, QC
reply to ohmer
said by ohmer:

I hope ebox will use alternative routing to bypass this shit. I'm not even a tpb user, but I care about net neutrality.

Only way for you to bypass this will be to have your own transatlantic cable, good luck finding a company that operates one without any US presence.


fan13027

join:2008-10-26
Winnipeg, MB
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GOTEKKY_JP

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Ott_Cable

@teksavvy.com
reply to ohmer
May be it has something to do with this: "Pirate Bay Under DDoS Attack From Unknown Enemy"
See »torrentfreak.com/pirate-bay-unde···-120516/

>TorrentFreak is informed by a Pirate Bay insider that the site is currently being subjected to a DDoS attack rendering it unavailable in many parts of the world.


battleop

join:2005-09-28
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reply to GOTEKKY_JP
"No source"

Then why make the accusation if you have zero facts?


El Quintron
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said by battleop:

"No source"

Then why make the accusation if you have zero facts?

If it walks like a duck...
--
Everything in moderation... Including Moderation --Oscar Wilde


Ott_Cable

@teksavvy.com
reply to Ott_Cable
End of DDoS...

"The Pirate Bay returns, Anonymous hater takes credit for DDoS"
»www.zdnet.com/blog/security/the-···os/12233


Davesnothere
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ARRRRRR !


Ott_Cable

@teksavvy.com
reply to El Quintron
>If it walks like a duck...

She's a witch! Burn her! (Monty Python's witch hunt)


ohmer

join:2003-08-06
Quebec, QC
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reply to ohmer
ebox route the ip via nlayer and this work now w/o vpn


El Quintron
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reply to Ott_Cable
said by Ott_Cable :

>If it walks like a duck...

She's a witch! Burn her! (Monty Python's witch hunt)

I remember that!
--
Everything in moderation... Including Moderation --Oscar Wilde


Astronomicon

@rogers.com
reply to ohmer
Ars Technica has an article about it as well.

»arstechnica.com/security/2012/05···r-a-day/

The last paragraph of the article (below) claims that the hacker "Nyre" has claimed responsibility for the attack because he wanted to express his "displeasure with the quality of porn on The Pirate Bay".

»arstechnica.com/security/2012/05···-ddosed/


Ott_Cable

@teksavvy.com
If he has problem with what's on there, may be he should upload his "good stuff" instead of DDoS'ing it. That way everybody win.

MaynardKrebs
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said by Ott_Cable :

If he has problem with what's on there, may be he should upload his "good stuff" instead of DDoS'ing it. That way everybody win.

If he wasn't such a loser, he'd be making his own.


GOTEKKY_JP

join:2005-12-12
Saint-Laurent, QC
reply to battleop
said by battleop:

"No source"

Then why make the accusation if you have zero facts?

Keyword "seems".