ISP-ASN Safety Reviews is a list of countries where I have reviewed Internet safety for ISPs. I identify Internet Service Providers (ISPs) by their Autonomous System Number (ASN). Which, lets you see all ISPs officially registered for your country. Then, you can compare their Internet safety scores.
I publish these reviews to give you information about ISPs in your area. Also, the Internet access data I use explains why KeČaTa network is safe. I assess all external access to KeČaTa network. Initially, I use this data to protect KeČaTa from unsafe ISPs. Then, I publish this data so everyone concerned is aware. So, if you want more details, please ask in my Internet Safety Forum.
Market countries are the main countries served by the KeČaTa network. And, KeČaTa is an English language network. So, market countries are English speaking. Or, have a significant English speaking population.
I assume ISPs in market countries are safe. So, I rarely restrict ISP access in market countries. And, where restrictions are necessary, I usually restrict IP addresses, or IP address ranges.
Normal countries are the default group. And, I invite anyone, in any country, to join KeČaTa. But, you will need to communicate in English about these countries, until you teach me your language.
Usually, I restrict ISPs after I identify 3 bad access attempts.
I list ISPs in Normal Countries at: AE-United Arab Emirates; CL-Chile; FI-Finland; HN-Homduras; IN-India; KW-Kuwait; LU-Luxembourg; NL-Netherlands; PK-Pakistan; PH-Philippines; RO-Romania; SE-Sweden; TH-Thailand; VE-Venezuela.
Countries are restricted when their ISPs are predominantly unsafe. Restricted countries are: Albania (AL); Armenia (AM); Argentina (AR); Azerbaijan (AZ); Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA); Belarus (BY); Cote D’Ivoire (CI); China (CN); Colombia (CO); Czech Republic (CZ); Algeria (DZ); Egypt (EG); Georgia (GE); Hungary (HU); Kyrgyzstan (KG); Kazakhstan (KZ); Lithuania (LT); Latvia (LV); Morocco (MA); Macedonia, former Yugoslavia (MK); Poland (PL); West Bank and Gaza Strip (PS); Paraguay (PY); Serbia (RS); Russian Federation (RU); Rwanda (RW); Saudia Arabia (SA); Seychelles (SC); Senegal (SN); Suriname (SR); El Salvador (SV); Syria (SY); Tunisia (TN); Turkey (TR); Vietnam (VN).
I hope to drop all restrictions, relying on access control by AS. Do you want to remove access restrictions from a country? Simply, post an English language request in any forum, or comment form.
Please share your thoughts about countries, ISPs, or any aspect of Internet safety. You can post your questions, experiences, and opinions in my Internet Safety Forum.