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RE: DSL-IP Probes Curiousity..
> There is so much of it, I liken it to Internet background > radiation. In > fact, if I didnt see a constant stream of this (either by > accident-- SNMP > auto discovery, or design-- lets find all the 'private' routers and > switches out there) I would be more worried as my network > probably has been > blackholed! Good Point!! > > In terms of reporting it, I usually do if its more than just > some automated > probe and is a directed attack against a particular device > and is causing > some grief or potential grief. But it would be a full time > job evaluating > and responding to each and every scan/hack attempt as the > volume is way too > high. I think something like dshield is going in the right > direction. > Ultimately if these things are not reported and the people doing them > sanctioned somehow, it wont stop. Yeah, If a dshield type system is used and the ISP's can use that to add to the Abuse reports.. That would be great! > Also, its March Break in many parts of North America... More > time to do > these sorts of things. > Yeah, and don't forget spring exams in the AP Rim... That is always bad too.... J