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August 17, 2009, 2:53 am
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I have been watching this parade of attempts to access my Win2K kernel.
Is it reasonable to assume that these are safe or? My Kerio firewall is
grabbing them by the throat every time one comes by. Great guy Kerio :-)
PS Maybe a web site on security would be a more appropriate to post
this. Anyone know of a good one?
1 Someone on address S01060023cdc72ccb.wp.shawcable.net
[188.8.131.52] wants to send ICMP packet to your machine.
2 Someone on address 66-215-175-74.dhcp.snbr.ca.charter.com
[184.108.40.206] wants to send ICMP packet to your machine
[220.127.116.11] wants to send ICMP packet to your machine
In all cases Details about Application are: tcpip kernel driver.
Re: .....wants to send ICMP packet to your machine
They are probably benign, something as simple as your IP
address being PINGed, but what is there to do? Leave all
traffic, all ports you don't need, closed and disabled...
only opening something in the firewall if you have need
because it prevents functionality you want.
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