Box internet services are a category of internet service providers, usually owned by companies like Netflix, Amazon, Google and others.
The services often use an anonymizing service that lets them keep track of the traffic they receive and store it in a central database.
A small percentage of internet services also use “spoofing” techniques to disguise their true identity, but that is usually only used to deliver ads and collect user data.
Some of these services also collect data about users and their devices, including IP addresses.
Box internet service provider TPG recently reported it has more than 100 million customers in the United States.
Box users were frustrated by the fact that the service they have to pay to use was being targeted by some of the more aggressive ISPs in the country.
In a post on its website, the company wrote that some of these ISPs had targeted its service by offering it a low-cost plan for $30 a month, and offering discounts on services.
TPG said it was notified about the attack by the Comcast customer support team.
Comcast, which owns NBCUniversal, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Box is an example of a service that has been targeted in recent months by Comcast, the nation’s largest cable provider, according to data from security firm Kryptowire.
That company also told Ars that it had seen more than 400 attempts in recent days to compromise the services and they have not yet been successfully thwarted.
But Comcast’s customers are usually more likely to be Comcast customers than those using a competitor’s internet service.
This could make it harder for companies like Box to defend themselves against attacks.
“Comcast is one of the most profitable companies in the US, so if you’re going to do something that could cost Comcast money, it’s worth it,” said Daniel Bier, a security researcher at CloudFlare.
“And they’ll be able to point out that Comcast isn’t really interested in keeping their network secure.”
For example, a Comcast employee told Ars in March that Comcast’s broadband network was being attacked by a number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
The attacker was using the name “Travis” to access the network.
The employee said he had access to the Comcast network and used a VPN to mask his IP address.
He then redirected traffic to a malicious website that redirected to a different site that had a malicious backdoor.
The Comcast employee also said the attacker was able to gain access to Comcast’s servers through a software vulnerability in a third-party product, and used that vulnerability to gain the user’s email address and log-in credentials.
Ars has contacted Comcast and Comcast has not responded to Ars’ request for information about the incident.
A recent report by the Computer Emergency Response Team, a non-profit group that researches and investigates cyberattacks, said that Comcast has been the victim of more than 1,400 cyberattacks in the last 12 months.
While Comcast has generally been relatively quiet about the attacks, it has recently come under scrutiny for not doing enough to protect its customers.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Comcast had not been able to block or block malicious IP addresses from using its network.
Comcast’s website lists more than 40 different services that are known to have been compromised.
Ars reached out to Comcast for comment but did not receive a response in time for publication.
Ars also reached out directly to Comcast but received no response.