Increase in MS-SQL Probes
- From: "Mark Ryan del Moral Talabis" <talabis@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 11:52:13 +0800
We have been seeing an increase in port 1433 in the past few days.
Multiple probes directed towards port 1433 are still being captured.
Just this day, the probes came from not less than 10 different IP
sources for one target. Bulk of the IP sources are coming from
mainland China but a number of probes can be traced to Hong Kong and
Philippine Honeynet Project
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