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From: nion at gmx.net (Nico Golde)
Subject: the bot 200.106.25.197

Hallo Marc,

* Marc Chabot <marcchabot@...cchabot.com> [2004-04-15 16:49]:
> Can anyone here identify what bot this is?
> I keep getting viruses comming from 200.106.25.197 and
> it's open to telnet on port 23 asking for a password.

the ip could be an dynamic ip and 23 is the default telnet port.
it can be difficult to figure it out ;-)
regards nico

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