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    Unauthorised access from an IP

    Hi Guys,

    Our internal Ip ran is 192.168.X.X.

    Now our UTM has blocked traffic from inside our network. How this got in I dont know. This is the IP below.

    77.68.44.170

    It resolves to somewhere in the UK ...
    Anyone had anything similar, we dont know where it came in. .. Everything is locked down.

    Unauthorized extensions cmd32.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:51 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd32.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:51 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions convert.bas 30/03/2010 16:57:51 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions convert.bas 30/03/2010 16:57:51 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd32.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:50 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd32.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:50 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions CGImail.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:49 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions CGImail.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:49 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:49 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:49 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:49 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:49 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170 Unauthorized extensions cmd.exe 30/03/2010 16:57:48 Moved to quarantine HTTP


    77.68.44.170
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    rebmeM roineS enilnOitnA steve.milner's Avatar
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    Cider.

    Malware or a dodgy user could set up an IP address on an internal machine to anything it likes.

    Would that be a possible explanation?

    Steve
    IT, e-commerce, Retail, Programme & Project Management, EPoS, Supply Chain and Logistic Services. Yorkshire. http://www.bigi.uk.com

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    Hmm not buying that.
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    Project Honeypot has this:

    http://www.projecthoneypot.org/ip_77...b597k9cc97gsr6



    EDIT:

    http://www.ip-adress.com/reverse_ip/77.68.44.170

    And the plot thickens:

    from Kenneth Peterson <kenneth.peterson@infantry-marines.com>
    reply-to [kenneth.peterson@infantry-marines.com]
    date Tue, Jan 5, 2010
    subject MISSION!

    Hi there,

    How are you doing today? I am Kenneth Peterson, a US Marine currently serving in Iraq. I am actually one of the few Marines remaining in Iraq. We are waiting for executive order for our next deployment to Afghanistan this new year.

    I got your email from a business directory and I believe that you will maintain the level of confidence and trust that this mission I am about to inform you of require. Several months ago, my unit discovered some abandoned cash in the mansion of a militant ruler during a covert military raid. The total cash we discovered was $11.5 Million

    USD. We stashed all the funds in one trunk box and moved it secretly out of Iraq to Kuwait for safekeeping. We waited for several months to ensure that nobody is on our trail. Now, we need to move the money out of Kuwait. I am contacting you because we need your assistance in receiving the box for us on our behalf, and securing the cash until we return home from service. Please note that we cannot use any of our known relative or friend for this mission because they are listed as acquaintance on our military file and this will compromise the covertness of this mission. In order to proceed with this mission, we need the following details from you.

    1. Your Full name
    2. The address where you want the box to be delivered
    3. Your private telephone number where you can be reached 24 hours

    If for some reasons you don't want to or can't help us, I want you to delete this message immediately and assume we never had this conversation.

    However, if you are going to fully cooperate with us in this transaction, we will compensate you with 25&#37; of the total cash after the mission is accomplished. Like I said earlier, we are a GO and waiting for your response. This is a very serious deal and I wouldn't be asking for your help if I am not convinced that this is not going to bring any harm to you or your family, or put you in a risky position. We have worked the kinks out and am very convinced this is gonna be successful.

    Once we get a positive response from you with the info requested, we will proceed into the next step and I will give you further instructions. I hope I can rely on your sense of discretion. Write back soon buddy. Wishing you a prosperous new year.

    In God we trust,

    Ken
    [kenneth.peterson@infantry-marines.com]
    Quote:
    Return-Path: <kenneth.peterson@infantry-marines.com>
    Received: from server77-68-44-170.live-servers.net [77.68.44.170] by mail.buildingcareers.sg
    And it isn't "In God we trust" it's "Semper Fi"

    Or even:

    http://spam.bubble.ro/237338-please-read-carefully/
    Last edited by nihil; April 1st, 2010 at 02:12 PM.
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    Have you seen any other suspicious traffic of that nature since the original post? That IP is not pinging. What are you using for your UTM? Are there other logs that could give you an idea of what you are looking at? [By the way, I am assuming that UTM is 'Unified Threat Management'. If I am wrong, please correct me.]
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    Traffic has died down, nothing of that nature happening.

    You are on the right track with the UTM.

    We are using a Gatedefender Performa from Panda.

    Its very strange as it got into our network one way or another.
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    Given the apparent nature of the site I would guess that it got in through e-mail initially.
    If you cannot do someone any good: don't do them any harm....
    As long as you did this to one of these, the least of my little ones............you did it unto Me.
    What profiteth a man if he gains the entire World at the expense of his immortal soul?

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    My guess is rogue laptop.....have had consultants come in with crap on their machines or users bringing in machines from home.

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    Are you running an internal server that has a view from the outside world? (either port forwarding or DMZ'd)? If so, clean out any CGI scripts you don't use.

    If this was a few years ago, I'd guess that you have a Novell server that was exploited through one of the CGI attacks and is being used to look for other servers.
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