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Date: Wed May 23 2001 - 16:04:22 CDT
> From: Adriano Freire [mailto:ctovilox.com]
> Anybody can help us to report attacks? We've been aggressively being
> attacked from several servers (I believe Hacked Apache Servers), from
> Russia, Taiwan, etc. The attacks basically are Unicode attempts, Net bios
> requests, DoS and others. We until now are keeping ourselves ahead of
> attacks applying the patches, SPs, but I am afraid one day
> they'll probably be ahead of us, and then...
I have been using SecureIIS from eEye for about a week and a half now and
have been pretty happy so far. ASLabs (anyone know who these guys are) did
post an advisory last week on the product but it looks like the stuff they
discussed in their paper has been fixed.
I set it up on a winNT 4.0 box with no patches in my lab and threw some
of the stuff from the SF exploit archives at it and it sucessfully repelled
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