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If you check the whois record for that IP, it tells you: Comment: To report suspected security issues specific to traffic emanating from Microsoft online services, including the distribution of malicious content or other illicit or illegal material through a Microsoft online service, please submit reports to: Comment: * ...


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Automatically generating such abuse reports does not sound like a good idea at all. If you ever got it working, chances are that the receivers would consider your abuse reports to be spam. Any ISP who would actually appreciate automatic reports about abuse from their own customers would be much better off deploying their own monitoring of suspicious ...


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A couple of quick things... vCloud Director uses vSphere. If there's someone with vCenter access, they can probably run the PowerCLI snippet you linked. Also, if this is an environment with vCenter Chargeback installed, you can grab some stats from there. And finally, if you have an option for vCenter Operations Manager, it's handy to be able to glance at ...


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From the operations center point of view, here are couple of metrics that truly matter: Amount of email received/sent per some time period Amount of spam filtered per some period Amount of IP addresses connected to your SMTP server pool Mail queue size at your SMTP servers From those you can quickly gather an overview if you have some situation going on ...


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You're not going to make much progress reporting those IP addresses to the authorities. Even if the IPs hitting you weren't dynamically assigned, the quantity of them just make it not worth the trouble. I recommend installing fail2ban or a similar software and have it ban addresses that spam the server. If you really still wanted to report the addresses, you ...



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