And Now For Something Completely Different Or: The Hit Parade of Suspected Crackers!
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    Exclamation And Now For Something Completely Different Or: The Hit Parade of Suspected Crackers!

    Hail, Brethren!

    With all due respects to John Clese..."And now for something completely different..." I wish, as a professional courtesy, to list from my security logs over the past 24 hours the highly suspect IP addresses of unauthorized users who have made attempts at having their way with the networks I babysit. All of the suspect addresses have each logged over 30 intrusions or attempted intrusions, luckily with minimal damage. So, without further fanfare... <drum roll, please>... I humbly submit for your approval Kewl_Zero's Hit Parade:

    216.35.70.236
    212.179.193.74
    217.208.164.143
    128.91.210.77
    4.43.172.164
    206.45.171.111
    193.252.170.233
    67.167.135.190
    68.41.64.23
    213.66.181.70
    64.230.221.21
    65.11.172.61
    132.235.154.109
    65.1.11.243
    165.123.185.182
    213.46.64.42
    151.203.209.58
    217.136.141.34
    80.128.237.52
    128.91.210.77

    Brethren: I beseech thee to immediately take note and configure your firewalls!!!
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    HEY!
    How did you get my IP?






    ROFLMA

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    Dennis Ritchie.
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    Talking Surely You Jest...Yes?

    My dear boy:

    I truly hope you are jesting: I take things like this too much to heart...
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    Of course I was joking...

    BTW, whats an IP?


    Taboo
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    Dennis Ritchie.
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    ANOTHER RETARDED AND UESLESS THREAD. Why would I configure a firewall to block those threads from someone I don't know. For all I know one of those IP's could be the IP yahoo mail or something came from.
    You\'re either a 0 or a 1, alive or dead
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    Red face

    some of those ips look familiar. but as pointed out by Louie, most commonly entry attempts come from comp hosts and not real owner, so check before you block (ARIN) etc.
    Trappedagainbyperfectlogic.
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    Red face My Dear Brethren... Easy... easy...

    Brethen Louie and Eagle:

    It goes without saying that one must always check IP addresses prior to blocking them out...what do you take me for, a coder at Microsoft?...hmmmm....?
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