On Wed, 1 Dec 2004, Liam Bedford wrote:
> Read the original on usatoday.net. Once the machines blocked ICMP,
> the number of attacks per hour dropped drastically. Which is
> unfortunate, because it'll lead to even more people thinking
> blocking ICMP is a good thing to do.
My packet crud filter suggests otherwise - plenty of probes are sent
to 'dark' addresses.
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