You’ve ended up on this page because your IP address was blocked due to abuse.

Certain types of traffic are considered abusive  (non-exhaustive list) :

  • initiating/establishing multiple persistent connections and/or ongoing (fast) connections,
  • keeping one of more webpages open and refreshing the page (either manually or automatically) more than is needed to just read the page/blog information,
  • port scans, vulnerability scans, denial of service attempts, hacking, attempts to gain unauthorized access, sql injection, cross-site-scripting,
  • and/or other connectivity that could be interpreted as abusive . 

We have detected traffic originating from your IP that can be considered abusive under the  conditions set forth here above, and set forth by industry standards/experts


If you believe that your IP has been falsely marked as “abusive” , then

  • read the Terms of Use and verify that you comply with the rules set forth in that document
  • send me an email at peter [dot] ve [at] corelan [dot] be
    • indicating your IP address 
    • containing a reasoning on why you believe you were blocked and why access should be reinstated.


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