Hacking Attempt

There is an IP address in South Korea that has been probing my router for weeks now.  I have them blocked, but I would like to report them to some entity/agency that can get it shut down.  They will hit a single UDP port once a second for 20 seconds.  Then there will be a pause of 2 to 5 minutes and they will try again on a different port number.  What is the best way to handle this?
Lynn HuffIT DirectorAsked:
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Server intellect shows how to block access to an ip

Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
Contact your ISP and the ICCC (https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx)

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Lynn HuffIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
dovidf, I have the IP blocked at my firewall.  If this hacker changes IP addresses, they may eventually breach my firewall.  I have to maintain some open ports to my DMZ for business applications.
Lynn HuffIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Kyle Abrahams, thanks for the link.  I will file a formal complaint.
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