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Ref: SBL152691
64.127.71.73/32 is listed on the Spamhaus Block List - SBL
2013-10-19 10:35:17 GMT | telesphere.com
ZeuS botnet controller @64.127.71.73

The host at this IP address is most probably operated by cybercriminals who are running a ZeuS botnet controller (C&C) on this IP address.
ZeuS (also known as zbot/WSNPoem) is a banking Trojan used to steal credentials for online banking accounts from the victims computer.

ZeuS files are located here:
hXXp://64.127.71.73/ftpdata/current/gate.php (ZeuS dropzone)

$ nslookup 64.127.71.73
73.71.127.64.static.ip.tnltd.net.

You can find more (technical) information about this Trojan here:
McAfee: http://vil.nai.com/vil/content/v_255218.htm
Symantec: http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2010-011016-3514-99
F-Secure: http://www.f-secure.com/v-descs/trojan-spy_w32_zbot.shtml

More information about this botnet controller on ZeuS Tracker



Removal Procedure

To have record SBL152691 (64.127.71.73/32) removed from the SBL, the Abuse/Security representative of telesphere.com (or the Internet Service Provider responsible for supplying connectivity to 64.127.71.73/32) needs to contact the SBL Team by email (use this link) to explain how the spam problem has been terminated (we need to know exactly how the issue has been dealt with and that this spam problem is fully terminated). If the spam problem that caused this listing has been terminated we will normally remove the listing from the SBL without delay.

It is essential that emails to the SBL Team about this SBL listing include this exact ticket information in the email Subject:

If you are a representative of telesphere.com, you also need to see: Current Live telesphere.com SBL Listings



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