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Re: Stopping ip range scans

  • From: haesu
  • Date: Mon Dec 29 08:50:37 2003

[.. SNIP ..]

> The problem is these are random scans, the traffic is going to ips that 
> are not used and never were. They're clearly a random sequential scans.

In this particular case, null-routing your aggregate is your friend. Or get a
sink hole and suck down all the !traffic to it. Please, it's the internet. Port
scans are nothing out of the ordinary.

-James


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