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From: i_t at thum.ath.cx (i.t Consulting)
Subject: Re: SEARCH web attack

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Am Mittwoch, 31. M?rz 2004 22:17 schrieb Jeff Workman:
> This looks like the IIS WebDAV exploit:
> http://www.whitehats.com/info/ids474

interesting link - thanks (and for all other answers);

"If you are. .. not vulnerable to sequence number prediction attacks, then you 
can be fairly certain that the source IP address of the event is 
accurate...."
well - then the verified ip-addresses (look like IIS-servers) are 
victims/attackers?
I'd very appreciate if someone could point me to a docu due to the question - 
why is it likely that the source IP address is not spoofed?

in April the string has slightly changed - shortened -
http://it97.dyndns.org/Security/exploits/
and Apache produces a 403 now
http://thum.ath.cx/Apache/code.403

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