On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:02:38PM -0000, Barry Redmond mentioned:
> Now I know the solution to this is to upgrade everything to the
> latest versions (and I will, honest), but I'd like to know what exploit
> is being used here and if there's a simple way to see where they're
> coming from. Does this look familiar to anyone?
Checkout a program called "snort". It's excellent for detecting
portscans and all sorts of crack attempts. It's got data files for
detecting everything from WinGate2.01 buffer overflow attacks to attempts
at source routed spoofing. It rocks!
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to go where you will, even to Mordor, Saruman, if you desire. "
-- Gandalf, paraphrasing the choice between Free and Non-free software
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