Question

Storkk Ltd on Mon, 24 Nov 2014 03:40:57


One of the websites sharing my IP address have been spamming so the IP address has been blacklisted by http://cbl.abuseat.org/lookup.cgi?ip=65.52.168.70 saying;

The IP address 65.52.168.70 corresponds to a web site that is infected with a spam or malware forwarding link.

The website's host name is "titaoyamamoto.com", and this link is an example of the redirect: "http://titaoyamamoto.com/absolutelydelicious.htm".

In other words the website "titaoyamamoto.com" has been hacked.

The web site "titaoyamamoto.com" may not be familiar to you. This means that another customer of your provider is hosting their web site on the same IP address as you. In that case, you really need to get your provider to assist you.

As I have no techical support (even though I have bizspark and MSDN) how can I get my IP address changed or have the hacked site blocked?

I've logged a request at https://cert.microsoft.com/report.aspx

However, the issue still exists. The report number is F890D823.

What else can I do to resolve this issue?

TIA

Manfred.



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Replies

benjaminperkins on Mon, 24 Nov 2014 13:43:22


Hi,

You have taken the required actions and the security team will be looking at this, as per the process.

Take a look at this post: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/benjaminperkins/archive/2014/05/05/how-to-get-a-static-ip-address-for-your-microsoft-azure-web-site.aspx Take into the account the additional cost, but it is an alternative.  If you are running in STANDARD mode I believe you get 1 free IP address.

HTH, Benjamin

Jim Cheshire on Mon, 24 Nov 2014 19:59:58


I see that the site is still enabled and the IP is blocked. I have taken steps on our end to get this expedited.

Jambor yao on Fri, 28 Nov 2014 08:41:50


Hi,

It seems that the issue has been fixed, the cbl site doesn't give any message when look up this link http://cbl.abuseat.org/lookup.cgi?ip=65.52.168.70, I will close this thread at currently, if you have any confuse, please feel free unmark and follow up.

Best Regards,

Jambor