[Snort-users] RE: ICMP PING speedera

Neville, Greg gneville at ...6382...
Fri Jul 19 12:56:03 EDT 2002

Speedera is a content delivery company. They most likely use ICMP packets to
determine latency to and from certain sites to determine where the best
place to serve content to a certain user from. One of your users probably
went to a site hosted by Speedera and they were trying to determine which
one of their web hosting sites to serve the content from. Or maybe your site
is hosted by Speedera?

-----Original Message-----
From: L. Christopher Luther [mailto:CLuther at ...6333...]
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2002 3:16 PM
To: 'snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net'
Subject: [Snort-users] RE: ICMP PING speedera

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Thanks, all, for the responses to my "ICMP PING speedera" query.  I 
still don't know why Speedera just started messing w/ my network, but 
I'm now bugg'n their sysadm for more information.  

Hopefully, I'll get an answer from them soon.  If not, then maybe 
I'll just drop their packets at my router...  :)  


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