SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

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jayouk
SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

HI Everyone, I am new to this site and seen some very help stuff. I need help with an issue i am having related to trackers.

ok so, i have a mixmap tracker and i noticed that i am getting hits constantly from a SPCNDS.NET location-It references Sprint Wireless and gives me lots of info i have not clue about ( i cut and pasted all the details from my map below). I also noticed that the location is never the same twice neither is the ip address however, i have a strong feeling it is the same person because it is always around the same time and the same info almost regarding Sprint wireless. There are times the ip referrences the specific city other times it just says United States?

I think this maybe a wireless phone or one of those smart wireless cards used for laptops? I know this seems really silly but i am at the point i just really want to know who is constanly going on my page? LOL. Its starting to bother me cause now im curious! :0)

Is there anything anyone can tell me? In reading some of the other Forums some of you all sound like experts!! LOL. Thanks again, anything will help!

Below is a example of one of the hits:

IP address: 173.117.94.54
Reverse DNS: 173-117-94-54.pools.spcsdns.net.
Reverse DNS authenticity: [Verified]
ASN: 10507
ASN Name: SPCS
IP range connectivity: 3
Registrar (per ASN): ARIN
Country (per IP registrar): US [United States]
Country Currency: USD [United States Dollars]
Country IP Range: 173.116.0.0 to 173.117.255.255
Country fraud profile: Normal
City (per outside source): Unknown
Country (per outside source): -- []
Private (internal) IP? No
IP address registrar: whois.arin.net
Known Proxy? No
Link for WHOIS: 173.117.94.54

When I click on the IP LINK, THIS IS WHAT APPEARS (MORE INFO):

Using 0 day old cached answer (or, you can get fresh results).
Hiding E-mail address (you can get results with the E-mail address).

OrgName: Sprint PCS
OrgID: SPCS
Address: 12502 Sunrise Valley Dr
City: Reston
StateProv: VA
PostalCode: 20191
Country: US

NetRange: 173.96.0.0 - 173.117.255.255
CIDR: 173.96.0.0/12, 173.112.0.0/14, 173.116.0.0/15
NetName: SPRINT-WIRELESS
NetHandle: NET-173-96-0-0-1
Parent: NET-173-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: OSSCDNS01.SPCSDNS.NET
NameServer: OSSCDNS02.SPCSDNS.NET
Comment: PLEASE REPORT ABUSE ISSUES TO *****@sprintpcs.com. Members of Law Enforcement should contact Sprint Corporate Security Subpoena Compliance and Law Enforcement Assistance at 1-800-877-7330 and press option 1 for assistance.
RegDate: 2008-09-25
Updated: 2008-09-25

RTechHandle: DRW52-ARIN
RTechName: Williams, David R
RTechPhone: +1-913-315-4685
RTechEmail: ****************@sprint.com

OrgAbuseHandle: SPAT-ARIN
OrgAbuseName: Sprint PCS Abuse Team
OrgAbusePhone: +1-888-211-4727
OrgAbuseEmail: *****@messaging.sprintpcs.com

OrgTechHandle: SPAT-ARIN
OrgTechName: Sprint PCS Abuse Team
OrgTechPhone: +1-888-211-4727
OrgTechEmail: *****@messaging.sprintpcs.com

# ARIN WHOIS database, last updated 2009-02-17 19:10
# Enter ? for additional hints on searching ARIN's WHOIS database.

   

   

Almost Evil
Re: SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

 

 Whoever is viewing your page has a sprint/nextel wireless aircard or a sprint cell phone. Their location and IP change on a regular basis, and they may even be visiting you from different cities, as the wireless card allows them access to the internet via the sprint network. The only real way to ascertain the identity of the person is to get a court ordered subpoena- which isnt likely unless there are criminal accusations. 

 

"So, Lone Star, now you see that evil will always triumph because good is dumb. "

jayouk
Re: SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

THANKS! but, how can you tell if its a aircard and not a cell phone?

Almost Evil
Re: SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

 Well you cant really be certain- not based on what you provided. If you have their browser info yuou could tell for sure. But whether its a phone or wireless card, it still works the same way.

 

"So, Lone Star, now you see that evil will always triumph because good is dumb. "

Anonymous Visitor
Re: SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?
Wow this is very interesting because I was just. Informed by facebook that someone had logged into my acct, they gave me the ip address and upon my investigation it led me to pools.spcsdns.net. I do have sprint as my carrier, however Im at a loss as to why they would want to hack my FaceBook account. I was just about to call them when I read the above comment and wanted to opine. Could you elaborate on this situation more? Or not!
anonymous
Re: SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

Same as the above someone had accessed our outlook account 3 times today
and same ip address. I emailed them at sprint to report it and hopefully
it will stop.. Some one is awfuly interested in what I'm doing which is nothing
I'm appalled and will seek criminal charges if I can find out who has done this.

Derek
Re: SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

This is just a DNS pool provided by sprintpcs/boost Mobile customers. The ips and pools change as they change the phones data priority. I thought it was fishy my phone was changing pools but i asked and boost/Sprint use it for prioritizing cell phone data.

eliza nava
Re: SPCDNS.NET QUESTION?

im trying to chat in the page chateagratis.net and dont let me log in sent me to this page

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