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Old 21st October 2003, 10:58   #11
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as long as the help is in the shape of a beautifull masseuse, you'd better take it.

Anyway, your old firewall might nog mention any attacks but log them silently.
And even then, this was probably a mass probe, not a specific attact (script kiddie looking for DDOS clones) your old FW might only mention actual incursions.

HOWEVER, if you're right, you got an interesting story there.
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*alledgedly* 4 attacks last 2 hours, result = 0 when i ping them.

Note: i ping them faster then they would pull the plug
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