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Re: New worm / port 1434?
- From: Marshall Eubanks
- Date: Sat Jan 25 13:00:45 2003
On Saturday, January 25, 2003, at 10:49 AM, Eric Gauthier wrote:
I would concur. worm is not attacking multicasting in general, but
seems to be generating multicast traffic.
I'm not sure if this helps at all. Our campus has two primary
the main Internet and something called Internet2. Internet2 has a
table of order 10,000 routes and includes most top-tier research
For these two statements to make sense, the IP address scanning must be
very non random. This does not appear
to be the sort of consecutive address block scanning that the RAMEN worm
(BTW, This AM we have 11052 I2 routes vs 116983 in all, or about 9.4% of
in the US (and a few other places). By 1am this morning (Eastern US
all of our Internet links saturated outbound but we didn't appear to
noticable increase in our Internet2 bandwidth. I'm throwing this out
because it may indicate that the destinations for the traffic - though
aren't completely random.
Has anyone else seen this?
PS: Yep - we're a university and we're a source - big surprise
just filtered out our 200Mbps contribution to this problem in case
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