| 4:27 am on Jan 7, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Rogers is the cable company in Canada that is managing the @HOME stuff.
NS.ON.ROGERS.WAVE.CA184.108.40.206 is likely a server in Ontario and NS.BC.ROGERS.WAVE.CA220.127.116.11 is likely a server in British Columbia. @HOME owns the whole 24.xxx.xxx.xxx range.
If you were hit by just a single IP I would guess it was just a regular user. If you were spidered it might be a home grown spider that someone is running for fun.
| 4:39 am on Jan 7, 2001 (gmt 0)|
hi again, it was sending to 203.62.163.xxx
whoever that is, is there any danger, or why are they doing this, my firewall gets about 1 of these every hour, a freind who left his comp. on had all his files looked at, thats why i installed it... any suggestions..
| 4:42 am on Jan 7, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Richard - what was the exact IP that hit your firewall?
| 5:05 am on Jan 7, 2001 (gmt 0)|
this is a copy of what info i get from my firewall.......Source Destination
(from)IP Address: 18.104.22.168 (to)IP Address: 203.62.163.xxx
(from)Host Name: Who is this? (TO)Host Name: Who is this?
(FROM)Port: 2735 (TO)Port: 12345
Program: Not Available File Name: Not Available
(this gives from and to) other than that and the previous posting i have no info..
ps 34 degreess celsius here... what about your end
| 10:38 pm on Jan 7, 2001 (gmt 0)|
>> my firewall gets about 1 of these every hour
Might this be related to the problem discussed on another thread, where the "www" must be included?