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Old 04-19-2009
neo3333
 

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Strange IP address

117.121.254.221

Hostname: cds82.hnd.llnw.net
ISP: Limelight Networks Asia Pacific
Organization: Limelight Networks Asia Pacific
Proxy: None detected
Type: Cable/DSL
Blacklist:

Geo-Location Information
Country: Australia
State/Region: 02
City: Tempe
Latitude: -33.9333
Longitude: 151.15

I haven't found nothing about this, is a new IP from microsoft? I have
sure my computer isn't infected with malware because I just re-formated
and straight updated windows....


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Old 04-19-2009
PA Bear [MS MVP]
 

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Re: Strange IP address
Why do you ask? (MS acquired Limelight a few years ago.)

neo3333 wrote:
> 117.121.254.221
>
> Hostname: cds82.hnd.llnw.net
> ISP: Limelight Networks Asia Pacific
> Organization: Limelight Networks Asia Pacific
> Proxy: None detected
> Type: Cable/DSL
> Blacklist:
>
> Geo-Location Information
> Country: Australia
> State/Region: 02
> City: Tempe
> Latitude: -33.9333
> Longitude: 151.15
>
> I haven't found nothing about this, is a new IP from microsoft? I have
> sure my computer isn't infected with malware because I just re-formated
> and straight updated windows....

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