Re: SSH attacks?

From: Andrew J Caines (A.J.Caines_at_halplant.com)
Date: 07/29/04

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    FWIW, here's what I've seen on my single IP cable connection:

    Jul 17 04:54:46 test 129.194.21.5
    Jul 17 04:54:47 guest 129.194.21.5
    Jul 22 04:38:49 test 61.237.13.234
    Jul 22 04:38:52 guest 61.237.13.234
    Jul 23 10:55:46 test 61.109.156.5
    Jul 23 10:55:49 guest 61.109.156.5
    Jul 24 19:40:48 test 202.6.75.195
    Jul 24 19:40:50 guest 202.6.75.195
    Jul 24 20:24:31 test 69.0.134.72
    Jul 24 20:24:31 guest 69.0.134.72
    Jul 24 20:24:32 admin 69.0.134.72
    Jul 24 20:24:33 admin 69.0.134.72
    Jul 24 20:24:34 user 69.0.134.72
    Jul 24 20:24:37 test 69.0.134.72
    Jul 25 02:51:10 test 211.202.3.148
    Jul 25 02:51:12 guest 211.202.3.148
    Jul 25 16:30:34 test 219.234.216.150
    Jul 25 16:30:37 guest 219.234.216.150
    Jul 27 16:12:08 test 210.92.210.67
    Jul 27 16:12:10 guest 210.92.210.67
    Jul 28 11:52:43 test 65.61.98.16
    Jul 28 11:52:45 guest 65.61.98.16

    The timing and distribution of userids indicates to me that this is more
    than a simple probe for vulnerable SSH servers.

    > Reality must take precedence over public relations, for Mother Nature
    > cannot be fooled. -- R.P. Feynman

    "Physics is like sex: sure, it may give some practical results, but
     thats not why we do it." - Feynman

    -Andrew-

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