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Date: Fri Oct 28 21:12:47 2005
From: shrdlu at deaddrop.org (Etaoin Shrdlu)
Subject: Brain dead SSH scans from Italy

Etaoin Shrdlu wrote:
> 
> Well, I'm stumped. I mean, really stumped.
> 
> I've had a host scanning my network for the past three days...

> I'm at a loss. If anyone knows Italian (I don't), and can contact one of:
> 
> fabiom@....net
> ennio.scheda@...m.com
> lucamarino@...siopea.it
> 
> or anyone at ocem.com, please, let them know that the machine is
> compromised, and that they need to take it off line, and clean it up.

Thanks to whomever finally got through, however you did it. I had actually
allowed one host to start responding, and it had gotten to the part I
always least understand, i.e. the tries for root's password. I mean,
really, are there that many hosts out there with root accounts that can be
guessed with an automated password guesser? Anyway, it suddenly stopped,
and stopped attempting the other machine(s) as well. Whew.

Thanks again.

--
There are two ways, my friend, that you can be rich in life.
One is to make a lot of money and the other is to have few needs.

William Sloane Coffin, "Letters to a Young Doubter"

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