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Reporting Little Blue Men
Just about every night someone(s) tries to use us as the "innocent third party" in smurf attacks. Of course, we block and log all the broadcast packets. Is there any point in trying to report these attacks? Who would we report them to? We don't know what the source is, after all the address is spoofed. It seems kind of pointless to notify the victim -- they already know they have been smurfed. I want to do my part to try to stop attacks, but I'm baffled on this one. --Eric -- Eric Wieling (firstname.lastname@example.org), Chesapeake Communications Corporation Sales: email@example.com 504-585-1850, Support: firstname.lastname@example.org 504-525-5449 We have changed our name! Corporate Communications Technology is now known as Chesapeake Communications Corporation.