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Re: Server Probing



I use iptables to lock down any ports I don't want exposed, then use
fail2ban to block people trying to brute force their way in.


On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 11:18 AM, Florez, Nestor <NFlorez sdcwa org> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I apologize is this is the wrong place to ask about probing.
>
> Some of our servers were probed back on the 24th of January
> By these IP addresses
>       177.73.233.241
>       216.70.90.155
>       5.9.120.22
>       64.131.79.194
>       64.147.170.17
>       91.121.154.81
>       91.121.161.131
>       94.23.104.140
>
> And in the last 24 hours by these IP addresses
>       168.144.28.111
>       176.9.220.214
>       178.210.163.150
>       184.107.226.10
>       208.116.60.208
>       62.75.182.85
>       80.13.187.24
>       91.121.154.81
>       91.121.162.58
>       95.211.25.18
>
>
> I been getting a lot more server probing messages than usual
> I was wondering how do you handle it?
> What do you look for on your server to see if there are problems?
>
> Any ideas will be appreciated.
>
> Thanks!!!!
>
> Né§t☼r
>
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