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Timothy Murphy wrote:
> Has there been a general fall in "bad packets" over the last month?
>>> I recently changed to a static address, and the number of dopped
> packets has fallen dramatically (ten-fold).
>> Is this just a coincidence? Is there any reason why dhcp addresses
> should be attacked more?
>My guess you be that most worms, script kiddies, etc. are interesting
in dhcp ranges as they are the ones most likely to have unpatched and
unfirewalled windows hosts on them.
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