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Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 08:24:59 +0100
From: aNub15 <mail4anub15@...il.com>
To: <full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk>
Subject: Hail list!

Hail list...

Could someone with a bit more experience (than me) please verify a few
things.

I came over a job listing yesterday (sys admin) for a Norwegian company
called rubrikk.no.
The guy who posted it clearly knows nothing about computers, talking about
Windows server 2005, and maintaining perl and reg.ex servers (go figure).

I ran a quick scan on the domain and found 54 vulns! (GFI Languard)
Netcraft says BSD, but why then is he talking about Winblows.

Please tell me I found a honeypot?

If not, please shut down the computer, it should not be on the internet!!!

----

I also have a couple of questions about software firewalls/routers:
1. M0n0wall or SmoothWall?
2. Looking for a low footprint windows firewall that's only supposed to do
one thing. If someone hits port 110, block the I.P for a week? (should take
care of most portscanners (skiddies)). And no I'm not worried about blocking
real users on the box.

Regards

Simon
www.supernoia.com


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