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03/09/2013 02:39:11 PM · #1
O.k. I just used Google images and found a site that is spinning off use to other users (meaning other users who frequent the site are using my image with no attribution or permission and it is coming directly from this site).

I found Rainy Daisy Days on this site Favim.com

Looking at the site's About Info this is what they say:

We've created this image gallery of the most awesome and prettiest pictures on the Web to be a warehouse for your inspiration. You can change images here with the same ease as a painter touches strokes the canvas with their brush, or as fast as a photographer's camera snaps another picture. Suppose you are fond of nature, quotes and design, and your favorite color is red. In this case, tags and colors can help you track down the unique picture you were searching for so long.

I bolded the text. This is infringement. I will be sending this company a DCMA letter but I also want to send one off to their ISP.

How do I find the ISP of favim.com
03/09/2013 02:44:55 PM · #2
Next to source where it has unknown there is a question mark. Clicking that will take you here... //favim.com/faq/contact.htm

Then click the copyright button and fill in the info.

Message edited by author 2013-03-09 14:45:45.
03/09/2013 02:48:52 PM · #3
Originally posted by Kelli:

Next to source where it has unknown there is a question mark. Clicking that will take you here... //favim.com/faq/contact.htm

Then click the copyright button and fill in the info.


Thanks Kelli, I did see that, but what I am looking for (and getting brain lock on) is to find who the ISP is of Favim.com is. Generally in the past I have had much better response from the ISP who takes things like this more seriously than the infringing websites. So I'll give Favim.com 3 days to respond with notification that I have taken steps to notify their ISP so they know I mean business.
03/09/2013 02:53:42 PM · #4
Originally posted by CNovack:

Originally posted by Kelli:

Next to source where it has unknown there is a question mark. Clicking that will take you here... //favim.com/faq/contact.htm

Then click the copyright button and fill in the info.


Thanks Kelli, I did see that, but what I am looking for (and getting brain lock on) is to find who the ISP is of Favim.com is. Generally in the past I have had much better response from the ISP who takes things like this more seriously than the infringing websites. So I'll give Favim.com 3 days to respond with notification that I have taken steps to notify their ISP so they know I mean business.


If you do a whois lookup you can find web site's nameserver. In this case it's ns3.fastvps.ru. Just remove the "ns3." part and go to that URL (i.e //fastvps.ru/). It's a Russian hosting company. The site's in Russian but if you view it in Google Chrome browser it'll translate it for you.

Message edited by author 2013-03-09 14:53:58.
03/09/2013 03:00:02 PM · #5
Originally posted by yanko:

Originally posted by CNovack:

Originally posted by Kelli:

Next to source where it has unknown there is a question mark. Clicking that will take you here... //favim.com/faq/contact.htm

Then click the copyright button and fill in the info.


Thanks Kelli, I did see that, but what I am looking for (and getting brain lock on) is to find who the ISP is of Favim.com is. Generally in the past I have had much better response from the ISP who takes things like this more seriously than the infringing websites. So I'll give Favim.com 3 days to respond with notification that I have taken steps to notify their ISP so they know I mean business.


If you do a whois lookup you can find web site's nameserver. In this case it's ns3.fastvps.ru. Just remove the "ns3." part and go to that URL (i.e //fastvps.ru/). It's a Russian hosting company. The site's in Russian but if you view it in Google Chrome browser it'll translate it for you.


Thanks, Richard.

Sigh just great - was hoping they had a U.S. ISP host - the fact that it is a Russian ISP host will make it a lot harder if the infringing website fails to follow the take-down letter.
03/09/2013 03:55:18 PM · #6
I work in the IT industry.There are ways to handle this. If you would like more information Please PM me. We used to get brute attacks on our firewalls from china. They stopped. Not because of their ISP but because we knew how to compell them too. Through technology.
03/09/2013 07:14:54 PM · #7
When I trace the call it takes me to:

************* took out my network information **********
6 0.xe-11-1-0.br1.nyc1.alter.net (152.63.4.237) 17.749 ms 16.298 ms 18.846 ms
7 te-7-3-0.edge2.newyork2.level3.net (4.68.111.137) 16.149 ms 14.484 ms 14.732 ms
8 vlan51.ebr1.newyork2.level3.net (4.69.138.222) 105.278 ms 102.443 ms 102.823 ms
9 * * ae-4-4.ebr1.newyork1.level3.net (4.69.141.17) 108.079 ms
10 ae-42-42.ebr2.london1.level3.net (4.69.137.69) 105.386 ms 103.749 ms
ae-44-44.ebr2.london1.level3.net (4.69.137.77) 108.984 ms
11 ae-23-23.ebr2.frankfurt1.level3.net (4.69.148.194) 106.605 ms
ae-24-24.ebr2.frankfurt1.level3.net (4.69.148.198) 104.541 ms 106.607 ms
12 ae-82-82.csw3.frankfurt1.level3.net (4.69.140.26) 107.666 ms
ae-92-92.csw4.frankfurt1.level3.net (4.69.140.30) 102.087 ms
ae-72-72.csw2.frankfurt1.level3.net (4.69.140.22) 99.209 ms
13 ae-4-90.edge7.frankfurt1.level3.net (4.69.154.203) 104.623 ms
ae-3-80.edge7.frankfurt1.level3.net (4.69.154.139) 102.100 ms *
14 195.16.162.254 (195.16.162.254) 110.713 ms 108.259 ms 107.244 ms
15 hos-bb2.juniper1.rz15.hetzner.de (213.239.240.157) 110.751 ms 112.873 ms 111.087 ms
16 hos-tr2.ex3k7.rz15.hetzner.de (213.239.244.40) 110.428 ms
hos-tr1.ex3k7.rz15.hetzner.de (213.239.244.8) 112.233 ms 111.206 ms
17 favim.com (176.9.53.199) 110.050 ms 111.270 ms 115.003 ms

AND

it seems like hosting is provided by hetzner.de and details are as below:

inetnum: 176.9.53.192 - 176.9.53.223
netname: HETZNER-RZ15
descr: Hetzner Online AG
descr: Datacenter 15
country: DE
admin-c: HOAC1-RIPE
tech-c: HOAC1-RIPE
status: ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by: HOS-GUN
mnt-lower: HOS-GUN
mnt-routes: HOS-GUN
source: RIPE # Filtered

role: Hetzner Online AG - Contact Role
address: Hetzner Online AG
address: Stuttgarter Strasse 1
address: D-91710 Gunzenhausen
address: Germany
phone: +49 9831 61 00 61
fax-no: +49 9831 61 00 62
abuse-mailbox: abuse@hetzner.de
remarks: *************************************************
remarks: * For spam/abuse/security issues please contact *
remarks: * abuse@hetzner.de , not this address *
remarks: *************************************************
remarks:
remarks: *************************************************
remarks: * Any questions on Peering please send to *
remarks: * peering@hetzner.de *
remarks: *************************************************
org: ORG-HOA1-RIPE
admin-c: MH375-RIPE
tech-c: GM834-RIPE
tech-c: SK2374-RIPE
tech-c: TF2013-RIPE
tech-c: MF1400-RIPE
tech-c: SK8441-RIPE
nic-hdl: HOAC1-RIPE
mnt-by: HOS-GUN
source: RIPE # Filtered

Message edited by author 2013-03-09 19:33:03.
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