Re: strange packets on my interface
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 19:20:35 -0700
> Anyone know what this mean... My IP is completly diferent from
> 184.108.40.206. Why is this on my interface???
> Wed Jan 14 12:33:27 2004; UDP; eth0; 140 bytes; from
> cmb8-158.dial-up.arnes.si:1322 to 220.127.116.11:39213 Wed Jan 14 12:33:28
First off, these are you your network over the broadcast IP, which means
some machine is spraying the LAN with tons of UDP (which is a
fire-and-forget kind of thing). I suggest you figure out where they're
coming from, as some machine on your LAN is doing it, in my opinion. This
could be some machine being infected with a trojan/worm/virus of some sort.
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