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From: hvdkooij at (Hugo van der Kooij)
Subject: [SPAM] Stealing DHCP Leases

On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Ian Holm wrote:

> I was noticing that the number of DHCP address in the DHCP cache was running
> low so I decided to check which computers were assigned to each address. To
> my horror I saw that there were 81 addresses assigned at exactly the same
> time and all expired at exactly the same time. I'm assuming that these were
> all assigned to the same machine. How is this possible? Where could I learn
> about this and how to prevent it?

Any decent log will show you the MAC level address. So go out and
investigate the machine.

There are plenty of known and documented ways of depleting a DHCP pool in
microseconds. A simple google search will do the trick.


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