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Re: Level3 routing issues?
It is entirely possible that my customer was referring to 2K-SP3. I am glad to hear some positive _tested_ results on SQLSP3 with the new worm. -Steve On Sat, Jan 25, 2003 at 06:43:56PM -0500, Dave Stewart eloquently stated: > > At 05:10 PM 1/25/2003, you wrote: > > >We have had multiple customers who had SP3 on their boxes that were > >hit. SP3 was _supposed_ to include this patch, there is no > >verification so far that it did. > > > >Since all the providers have been blocking the attack spread from the > >routers, installing SP3 on boxes post-attack hasn't really been put to > >the test yet. > > > >YMMV > > Not extensive testing, no... but again... > > SQL Server 2000 SP3 is not the same animal as Windows 2000 SP3. > > And after installing SQL Server 2000 SP3, I opened up the router to allow > all the 1434 traffic that came in... the box was hit on numerous occasions > over the next hour or so, and never did it get infected again. > > SQL Server 2000 SP3 was just released on 1/17/2003... while the patch for > this vulnerability has been out since last July (and yes, I'm guilty of not > following it closely enough myself... no excuses) -- Stephen Milton - Vice President (425) 881-8769 x102 ISOMEDIA.COM - Premium Internet Services (425) 869-9437 Fax firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.isomedia.com