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From: allan.vanleeuwen at (
Subject: - Anyone seen thi
	s before??

Well ... resolves fine for me ...(IP
There's a website with a few files for download ... One of them was detected
as a linux virus by my NAV :)
There's a folder 'forum' which looks like a portugese hackers hideout ...
Not very much posted there though ...

My 2c.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan [] 
Sent: maandag 24 november 2003 10:28
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] - Anyone seen this

Our Snort picked up an interesting attempt to download, compile and execute.
Noting also the fact that the sub dir its attempting to access has not been
there for over 4 months(/logjam/)?

Has anyone actually seen what this fedor.c is? I have done some google'ing
it comes up blank.

Has anyone else noticed this kindof request recently?

Is it just me or is not resolving anyway?

Orignal HTTP request:
GET /logjam/showhits.php?

Breaking this down we get(twice):
uname -a
cd /tmp
gcc -o f fedor.c


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