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From: flynngn at jmu.edu (Gary Flynn)
Subject: Mystery DNS Changes


Hansen, Kevin wrote:

> We have seen multiple instances where DHCP enabled workstations have had
> their DNS reconfigured to point to two of the three addresses listed below.
> Can anyone else confirm this? Incidents.org is reporting an increase in port
> 53 traffic over the last two days. Are we looking at the precursor to the
> next worm?

This is currently being discussed on NTBUGTRAQ too.


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Gary Flynn
Security Engineer - Technical Services
James Madison University

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