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    port scan results

    The last couple of days i have been getting port scanned by a computer that is damn near the same IP as mine. Definitly has the same ISP as me. The port scans are no big deal but this is happening to me 5 times a day. The scan usually looks like they are looking for open proxies.
    port - 8080,80,81,3128...etc.

    I was bored and decided to port scan the machine and this is what i came up with:


    *Port - 113 authentication service
    5904,113: userid: unix: zteo......

    *Port - 770 ?
    220 - bot server (win32)

    *Port - 1025 network blackjack

    *Port - 1048 sun`s NEO object request broker
    220 - welcome to bot ftp service

    *5000 ?

    *Port - 8190
    220 - bot server (win32)

    *Port - 12818

    *Port - 13491

    *Port - 17545
    220 bot server (win32)

    *Port - 20009

    *Port - 20782

    Now for kicks i telneted into 1048 sun`s NEO object request broker,entered a password that was there in black and white and looked around.

    When i exited telnet it said thanks for stopping by enjoy your infection? What does this mean? I know I`m not infected i just wonder what the hell is going on with this machine?

    I figure the box has a trojan or 4 on it and i`m getting port scanned from someone using this box as a zombie. I guess i`m just curious here.

    I didn`t want to post the IP here,because i`m sure the owner of the box has no idea they are owned.

    Thanks
    NORML

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    Re: port scan findings

    Originally posted here by Atticus|1
    I figure the box has a trojan or 4 on it and i`m getting port scanned from someone using this box as a zombie.
    Sounds like you don't need our help as you've already figured it out
    It looks indeed like a trojaned pc. Send your logs to the abuse address of your ISP and have them contact the offending user. That should be enough to make it stop.
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    ok... I guess the ( "enjoy your infection " ) When exiting telnet got me wondering.

    Thanks for the reply
    NORML

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    "Enjoy your infection" probably meant enjoy playing around with the person you infected rather than it being an indication that you were infected.
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