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    Question port 15353

    Seeing a lot of hits for port 15353 on my logs lately. Nothing comes up in a search here or on google. Anyone seen this port request before?
    thanks
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    Never seen it for a specific program, but it could be a non-standard port used by anything from an IM program (e.g. ICQ, which allows you to customise what port it uses) to a malicious trojan.
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    BAH
    BAH BAH BAH nevermind.
    ACK. Sometimes you overlook the most obvious steps.
    Apon doing a check on the few addresses they are coming in from, I discovered that its coming from www.dynip.com... the service I use to point people to my servers, with a dynamic IP address. I feel so damn stupid I could just disappear.
    well at least I googled first :P
    Thanks anyway pwaring.
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    No problem, glad you found a solution.

    /me notes use of port 15353 for next time someone asks.
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