Re: Odd scan

From: sgtphou@fire-eyes.yi.org
Date: 01/30/02


Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 14:30:27 -0500 (EST)
From: <sgtphou@fire-eyes.yi.org>
To: <prestonfl2@hotmail.com>

The DALnet IRC network <http://www.dal.net/> scans clients systems for open
proxies which allow connects to any port, when those clients connect. The
only exception is 23, which is the old open wingate scan. TCP ports 1080,
3128, 8080, 8081, and 81 are all popular open proxy ports. People often (ab)
use these open proxies to hide their actual host name from other DALnet
users.

If you look in your http logs, you'll see it try port 80 as well. And
you'll see something along the lines of "CONNECT us.dal.net:6669 HTTP/1.0"
or similar.

Fulton L. Preston Jr. said:
> I've seen some interesting scans posted in the past but have never seen
> this one. It starts at port 1080 then moves down the usual suspects
> of 3128, 8080, 81, but then 8081 and 23 show at the end. This is new
> to me. I have seen the 80, 8080, 8081, 3128, and 1080 combo but this
> one is new, especially the telnet port. New tool looking for recent
> vulns?
>
> Jan 30 04:56:19 216.133.249.14:38319 -> x.x.x.x:1080 SYN ******S*
> Jan 30 04:56:19 216.133.249.14:38323 -> x.x.x.x:3128 SYN ******S*
> Jan 30 04:56:19 216.133.249.14:38324 -> x.x.x.x:8080 SYN ******S*
> Jan 30 04:56:19 216.133.249.14:38326 -> x.x.x.x:81 SYN ******S*
> Jan 30 04:56:19 216.133.249.14:38332 -> x.x.x.x:8081 SYN ******S*
> Jan 30 04:56:20 216.133.249.14:38334 -> x.x.x.x:23 SYN ******S*
>
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