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Posted: 5/9/2001 8:43:44 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/9/2001 8:52:23 PM EDT
No problem here, Garand Shooter! They can't get into my computer because my Kung Fu is better than their Kung Fu! [8D] -RoadDog
Link Posted: 5/9/2001 8:56:16 PM EDT
are you using a dsl or cabel hook-up? they might just be pinging off of you or if i'm correct trying to get into your server "most of the time just to forward spam mail & porno shit to people" that way they can hide most of their tracks to the average folk
Link Posted: 5/9/2001 8:57:56 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/9/2001 9:06:01 PM EDT
when there looking for open ports, they usually use a software program that hit all isp address in a certain number range (ex: 20.000.00 to 22.000.00) and then it builds a datebase of positive or good hits and they go from there. It's just the worlds biggest game of hide & seek.
Link Posted: 5/9/2001 9:20:25 PM EDT
NUKE 'EM!!!!!
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 1:00:46 AM EDT
ALL YOUR FIREWALL ATTACKS ARE BELONG TO RED CHINA SYMPATHIZERS
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 1:11:52 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/10/2001 1:12:47 AM EDT by misterhemi]
I had a similar experience. My name server was infected by the 1i0n worm. It originated in China and sends data back to some domain in China. I've been hearing that there are more and more attacks coming from China. There have been many questions as to why this is happening! BTW your attacks appear to originate in Taiwan not the PRC.
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 1:23:34 AM EDT
Originally Posted By misterhemi: I had a similar experience. My name server was infected by the 1i0n worm. It originated in China and sends data back to some domain in China. I've been hearing that there are more and more attacks coming from China. There have been many questions as to why this is happening! BTW your attacks appear to originate in Taiwan not the PRC.
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They are hacking to protest the anniversary of the embassy bombing in Belgrade. That combined with the EP-3 incident makes for mad communists. US hackers are also attacking their systems. Spewing political messages and name calling.
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 1:29:13 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/10/2001 1:34:14 AM EDT by PoppinFresh]
most likely it's not a ping. That's an ICMP request and I doubt it would be picked up (err, rather red flagged) by any firewall. I will venture to guess it's coming in on the telnet port (23). Just a query to see what OS yer running, and then what services... to determine if it's intresting or not. As for spammers.. naah, they will jump in on port 25 or/maybe 19 (This is called relaying) This is a link I refer my clients to for a straight forward look at what comes in and what goes out of your comp. [url]http://www.fcs.uga.edu/~mhazen/projects/smtp/ports.html[/url] Feel free to give my email a shout if you have any security questions.. Looking again, that is a mighty small IP block... hmmm. BTW, Gshooter check your e-mail.. I have friends in low places if you want some fun created on your behalf... no names of course.
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 1:45:40 AM EDT
Misterhemi, Taiwan is a chinese (Rogue) territory.. FYI, B
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 1:58:06 AM EDT
Originally Posted By PoppinFresh: Misterhemi, Taiwan is a chinese (Rogue) territory.. FYI, B
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I want to meet some Taiwanese chicks![:P]
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 2:59:25 AM EDT
We had this message posted at work. Washington Times April 23, 2001 Pg. 1 China Warns Of Coming Hack Attack Retaliatory assault on U.S. computers planned for May SAN FRANCISCO (Agence France-Presse) - Computer-savvy citizens of both China and the United States have begun their own war on the Internet as relations between the two powers continue to deteriorate. American hackers are urging each other to break into Web sites hosted in China, and they say that U.S. hackers have already penetrated hundreds of Chinese Web sites. Chinese hackers are vowing to retaliate with a weeklong attack on U.S.-based Web sites and computer networks, starting May 1. Security experts warn that these attacks could affect government systems and that outside of government all Web site owners and network administrators should ensure their networks are well-protected. “These guys don’t care who you are. They are just interested in how many sites they can hit. Basically, they are just out there collecting scalps,” said “Taltos,” a security consultant and hacker from Hungary who has been closely following the underground online discussions on the Chinese-U.S. hack attacks. Messages posted on some of the underground Internet chat rooms indicate that U.S. hackers plan to continue the blitz they have dubbed the “ChinaKiller.” And on the Chinese side, “Many people here are frustrated with America. We want to tell you what we think is wrong, but our government is too polite. So we will say it on everyone’s Internet,” wrote Jia En Zhu, a 22-year-old hacker who lives in Zhongguancun, a Beijing suburb, in one of the many messages posted on the Internet. The Chinese hack attack is planned for May 1 to 7, peaking on May 4, a Chinese holiday commemorating a demonstration, which occurred in Tiananmen Square 82 years ago, Mr. Zhu said. China’s people have had access to the Internet only since 1997, but the country’s computer programmers and Web surfers have been quick to use it for political points. The Internet has been a channel for attacks, apparently by Chinese hackers, on U.S. government sites in response to the May 1999 bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade and for releasing viruses that destroyed data on Taiwanese university servers. Taltos said he wouldn’t be surprised to see some new and nasty computer viruses making the rounds of the Internet during the first week of May. He said: “If this cyberwar goes forward as planned, many Internet users will be caught in the cross fire.”
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 3:23:54 AM EDT
Which Firewalls do you guys use? Don't answer if you think that will make it unsave!!! Do you pay for updates?
Link Posted: 5/10/2001 4:58:27 AM EDT
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