Sites resolving to 188.8.131.52 were NOT found in our database
21788 184.108.40.206/18 NOC - Network Operations Center Inc.
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NetRange: 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124
NetType: Direct Allocation
OrgName: Network Operations Center Inc.
Address: PO Box 591
Comment: Abuse Dept: firstname.lastname@example.org
OrgAbuseName: Arcus, S. Matthew
OrgTechName: Arcus, S. Matthew
RNOCName: Arcus, S. Matthew
RTechName: Arcus, S. Matthew
RAbuseName: Arcus, S. Matthew
# available at: https://www.arin.net/whois_tou.html
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If you were referred here by a comment such as the following, on SiteAdvisor, please disregard it;
"According to http://www.hosts-file.net/ if you access this domain you risk to unwillingly download and install malicious software (virus, trojans, spyware, etc) that may damage your computer."
I'm sick to death of users such as Alexis Kauffman et al, that think it fun to mass-post comments such as the above.
These comments are NOT endorsed by me, nor are they in mosts cases, accurate (see the classification assigned to each domain).
Domain or netblock resolution query/problems?, please see;
It should also be noted that lack of a listing in this database, does NOT mean it is "clean" or "safe" (and certainly does not mean it is approved by hpHosts!), it could simply be that I'm not yet aware of it, or haven't yet analyzed it. If you suspect a domain is malicious, and it's not yet listed in the database, please consider dropping by the forums and letting me know.
The Computer Emergency Response Team for [ US ] can be reached at: soc AT us-cert.gov
I've so far identified [ 2 ] records for this IP
WARNING: The IP PTR [ webserver01.br2001.com.br. ] does not resolve. This is considered very bad practice and contravines the RFC Standards. Most legit ISP's will have their PTR's resolve to an IP.