another stupid question.

From: Zep (zep_at_nemesis.mmind.net)
Date: 06/03/03

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    I've googled log entries like the ones below, looking for some
    mention of the exploit/what's being attempted (port 25, I'm
    guessing it's spam relay?) and how to make sure I'm not helping
    someone be an interdork. any info is greatly appreciated.

    63.211.23.62 - 63.211.23.62 - - - [02/Jun/2003:22:43:35 -0400] "CONNECT mx00.comcast.net:25 HTTP/1.0" 405 99
    63.211.23.62 - 63.211.23.62 - - - [02/Jun/2003:22:43:37 -0400] "POST http://63.211.23.62:25/ HTTP/1.1" 200 1188
    63.211.23.38 - 63.211.23.38 - - - [03/Jun/2003:10:26:36 -0400] "CONNECT mailin-04.mx.aol.com:25 HTTP/1.0" 405 99
    63.211.23.38 - 63.211.23.38 - - - [03/Jun/2003:10:26:36 -0400] "POST http://63.211.23.38:25/ HTTP/1.1" 200 1188

            I'd be much less concerned if it weren't for the 200 codes on the
    'POST' commands. Thanks.

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