[Snort-users] Strange UDP Packets

Jason Robertson jason at ...3161...
Thu Feb 28 10:42:07 EST 2002

I think it might be related to  Novell Netware.  As I am seeing 
information about clients in these packets.


On 26 Feb 2002 at 4:55, Mipam wrote:

Date sent:      	Tue, 26 Feb 2002 04:55:53 +0100
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To:             	Jason Robertson <jason at ...3161...>
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Subject:        	Re: [Snort-users] Strange UDP Packets
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> > I have been noticing at regular intervals UDP packets
> > internal.net 47474 -> 47474
> > 
> > I have noticed this was asked on the FW-1 mailling list like 2 years 
> > ago but there is nothing else on this
> Hmm i also found nothing on this on iana.
> Could be that some ddos clients listening to such a port
> Sometimes client who's been hacked have a daemon installed
> listening to such a port and somebody is scanning the network to
> check whether any machine are listening to abuse them.
> Bye,
> Mipam.

Jason Robertson                
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