AS263164 Purple Security Master Eireli
18.104.22.168/24 - JCP20
inetnum: 191.6.164/22 status: allocated owner: Purple Security Master Eireli city: Rio de Janeiro country: BR owner-c: JCP20 tech-c: ACP66 abuse-c: JCP20 inetrev: 191.6.164/23 nserver: NS1.OMASTERTELECOM.COM.BR nserver: NS2.OMASTERTELECOM.COM.BR inetrev: 191.6.166/24 nserver: NS1.OMASTERTELECOM.COM.BR nserver: NS2.OMASTERTELECOM.COM.BR created: 2014-05-21 changed: 2016-09-20 source: LACNIC nic-hdl: ACP66 person: alexander castro de paula e-mail: ACP66@NUMERACAO.REGISTRO.BR address: Av. das Nações Unidas, 11541, 7º andar address: 04578-000 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ country: BR phone: +55 21 55093511  created: 20160920 changed: 20160920 nic-hdl: JCP20 person: Jose Carlos Borges Pessoa e-mail: JCP20@NUMERACAO.REGISTRO.BR address: Av. das Nações Unidas, 11541, 7º andar address: 04578-000 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ country: BR phone: +55 21 55093511  created: 20130306 changed: 20130308
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