If you remember, I wrote a couple days ago, about China based ISP, Sun Network.
Jonathan has been e-mailing them since, and they've now gone back to claiming they can't do anything as it doesn't lie within their authority (funny, given they'd already sent their customer an e-mail saying they had 72 hours to remove the malicious content).
What is worse however, is that their customer has not only NOT removed the malicious content, but has put up a few more;
At the time of writing, the above are timing out, however, those previously reported are working just fine and dandy.
What is worse still however, is that Peer1, one of the largest ISP's on the intertubes, is dragging it's heels as far as taking action is concerned. Peer1 are hosting some of the NS servers on the 126.96.36.199/24 range. On November 2nd, Jonathan received the following from Peer1, suggesting action would be taken, but alas nope, apparently not.
Given Peer1's sheer size, it is of course, no surprise that they see alot more abuse than most (I've recently e-mailed them a plethora of exploits and such that are hosted on their ranges, and to date, have received nothing - not even an autoresponse), and the only reason I am getting more and more frustrated with them, is because they seem to be completely useless, whether deliberately or not is irrelevant, at dealing with it.