ISC_1000_30 added Google DNS 126.96.36.199
 => Array ( [ip] => 008.008.008.008 [attacks] => 149 [count] => 18441 [firstseen] => 2020-09-10 [lastseen] => 2020-09-20 )
Just in case someone is wondering... ;-)
Phizix last edited by
Well this explains a lot. I noticed that my machine suddenly stopped working on 188.8.131.52.
Where in pfBlockerNG should I list it to overide the block. I want something that survives updates and reloads.
Been a little while since I set this up.
Sorry to rejoin the Party a little bit late again. ;-)
You can use Firewall > pfBlockerNG > IP > IPv4 Suppression
Personally I completely removed ISC_1000_30_v4 and BBC_C2_v4 ...very tired of all the false positives, felt as they build their lists just random.
Someone on this list also submitted the IP of a Windows Update server to the blacklist. BBCan suggested importing a JSON list from Microsoft (https://endpoints.office.com/endpoints/worldwide?clientrequestid=b10c5ed1-bad1-445f-b386-b919946339a7) which Microsoft updates regularly to whitelist all of their IPs (yes, I use Windows).
noplan last edited by
Thanks I like the idea of puutin win update or global dns on a whitelist
Havnt come to my mind just yet