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February 25, 2006, 9:23 pm
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I noticed my data light was very busy today on the port connecting my Fedora
server to the net. It runs the Apache web server. When I run the command
netstat I see many connections to port 80 from a whole range of addresses
from the same subnet. Each one establishes a syc connection.
My question is this:
How can I check to see if these packets are originating from my machine or
if they are 'inbound' and form a syc attack?
- Ertugrul Soeylemez
February 26, 2006, 3:28 am
Re: Is this a sync attack or is my PC send out an attack?
I am seeing many different IP addresses connecting to port 80, over 100 at a
time, they are all from the same subnet, somewhere in Australia, and I'm in
I just wanted to check that it was not my machine making these connections
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