On Fri, 12 Jul 1996, Rob Sansom wrote:
> I occasionally get a burst of TCP packets to port 110 on our web server,
> which does not run a pop 3 server or any such thing. Here's a good
> I know it's not an employee trying to collect their mail, since all of
> these connection attempts have come from places like Malaysia, Washington
Hmm Malaysia? any gov.my? or any other .my? I know that there are alot of
machines hacked in .my and I know one such person who has attempted with
failure over and over and over again to attack my popper port which is
wrapped and i cant figure out what the hell he's doing after 20 attempts
of geting refused that comes from many malaysia sites. I'm gonna say that
most of the conencts I get from .my are hack attempts.
Just thought I'd pass that on.
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