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widevine.seattle.winstar.net

     

icehousedesigns

3:11 pm on Jun 6, 2001 (gmt 0)

10+ Year Member



widevine.seattle.winstar.net (63.142.76.129)

The actual IP that hit my site was 63.142.76.129

But doing a trace to 63.142.76.129 ends at widevine.seattle.winstar.net (209.141.173.74)

Been slamming me the past 2 days with requests. Definately spider behaviour. Did request robots.txt.

Arin shows:

WINSTAR (NET-NETBLK-WINSTAR-BLK6)
1577 SPRINGHILL ROAD
VIENNA, VA 22182
US

Netname: NETBLK-WINSTAR-BLK6
Netblock: 209.140.0.0 - 209.141.255.255
Maintainer: WNST

Coordinator:
WinStar (ZW11-ARIN) ipadmin@winstar.net
888-466-3662

Domain System inverse mapping provided by:

NS1.GOOD.NET207.98.128.33
NS2.GOOD.NET207.98.128.65
NS3.GOOD.NET207.98.128.97

Record last updated on 21-Dec-1999.
Database last updated on 5-Jun-2001 22:54:32 EDT.

Could it be these guys?
www.widevine.com?

Edited by: icehousedesigns

littleman

7:13 pm on Jun 6, 2001 (gmt 0)

WebmasterWorld Senior Member littleman is a WebmasterWorld Top Contributor of All Time 10+ Year Member



That IP is to widevine.seattle.winstar.net which is password protected site.

Looks like widevine is leasing the line from from winstar.net by the address of their company in the website. Widevine is a security company so odds are they were checking for copyright violations and such. These security bots are getting annoying. Do you have a user agent?

icehousedesigns

7:40 pm on Jun 6, 2001 (gmt 0)

10+ Year Member



Annoying is right. Unfortunately I switched IP's about a month ago, and my config. file since then was set to not log UA's or referrers. This has been changed about an hour ago so if they hit again I'll have more info.
 

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