Mark Webb wrote:
> And by looking further in the headers:
>>>>Received: from p78-107.as1.crl.dublin.eircom.net ([18.104.22.168]
>> helo=localhost) by byron.heanet.ie with smtp (Exim 4.22)
>> id 1Agiby-000528-0n
>> for ilug at linux.ie; Wed, 14 Jan 2004 10:51:02 +0000
>>> it seems to originate from an eircom ADSL subscriber.
> Had the mail been sent directly to me, I would have
> reported the abuse to eircom.
This is not a DSL customer, rather, a dial up customer in Crumlin.
> Does anyone in eircom respond to these reports?
Well, the abuse team log and follow up on each valid complaint sent to
abuse at eircom.net, responses to these are not always sent though afaik.
> I keep receiving and blocking incoming requests
> from eircom ADSL users on TCP port 4444 (napster)
> and port 6346 (gnutella).
Part and parcel of internet life unfortunately, there's still a whole
heap of novice (and even some not-so-novice) users out there infected
with all of the best known / most publicised virus out in the wild.
> [Note: if you do get port scanned and want to report it,
> please include the following information:
> Source IP address, source port, protocol (e.g. UDP, TCP),
> destination IP address, destination port, time.]
Agreed. I've forwarded this mail off to the abuse team for them to
chase, if I get any more details back, I'll let you know.
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