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From: ipfw sponix (sponix2ipfwhotmail.com)
Date: Fri Feb 22 2002 - 21:04:52 CST
I'd have to follow John Sage <jsagefinchhaven.com> a bit on that one
Well, I'm just a bit tired of these idiots draining my bandwidth. I mean,
its cut down to 3-20 attempts a day now, but when Nimda first came out we
had a year old log file grow to three forths nimda logging in less than 4
If I thought there was a snow balls chance ---- I'd start sending out bills
to these people for monthly waisted bandwidth due to their ignorance...
Moral of the story is, if these people can't learn to operate there
computers a bit they should box them up and donate them to one of my
projects or something.
for the record, the posting of IP's and so forth is a bit overboard imho --
attempting to contact the person, or their ISP is best :)
well, take care
>From: dr.kaos <dr.kaoskaos.to>
>To: John Sage <jsagefinchhaven.com>, snort-userslists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: Re: [Snort-users] A case of beer on 184.108.40.206
>Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 19:26:08 -0500
>On Friday 22 February 2002 07:04 pm, John Sage wrote:
> > I used to feel the same, back in November, maybe, but it's late
> > February 2002 and the incessant rain of Code Red/Nimda probes
> > continues unrelenting.
> > My personal opinion about all the infected boxes that are clearly
> > utterly unmaintained by anyone is: "Screw 'em"
> > I mean, these clowns are not paying a bit of attention to what they're
> > doing, and they're ignorant to the fact that their boxes are still
> > attempting to infect other clueless idiots^H^H^H^H^H^H people's boxes.
> > Off with their heads!
>Fair enough. And for the most part, I agree with you and jeff both...
>however, since I do this for a living, I have to stand behind what I
>Surprisingly, there are still a large number of well-known commercial
>organizations like [name-removed] with security admins as clueless as our
>unsuspecting home IIS user. Problem is, if we post their names and IP's to
>the masses, we are in fact contributing to the possibility that their boxes
>will generate _more_ noise in our logs because of the increased probability
>that these infected hosts will be found.
>For instance, in Jeff's earlier post, he mentioned an open relay on port 25
>of the host he scanned. Anyone want to bet that someone saw that in the
>and uses the IP specified as a spam relay? I'm betting there's a pretty
>chance. And that just means more spam for you and me to killfile.
>I agree, off with their heads! But... I think the best way to decapitate
>is to let their ISP's know about the problem so the ISP's can take them
>offline till the problem is resolved. Then no more codered, no more nimda,
>and no more spam, at least from _one_ IP...
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