Would you send an abuse report to russian domestic ISPs?
I've received different types of attacks (some random and some others with a clear target) to different network layers and luckily I've been always able to handle them. I usually try to collect as much information as possible from the logs and prepare a report for the ISPs so they can take care of the attacking server properly.
Lately however I've been experimenting some serious flood (think of bruteforcing website credentials) from a large bunch of russian IPs. I've checked them and they all appear to be domestic, so most likely infected computers using different providers. So my question is, would you send an abuse report to the domestic ISPs, or do you think it's just a waste of time (bearing in mind they're in Russia and the default policy is pretty much laissez-faire)?