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Re: dispatcher.aspx
From: SMiller () unimin com
Date: Thu, 1 May 2003 13:03:54 -0400


Have you run Ad-Aware? A Google search on just "dispatcher.apsx" yields
results at 2 sites. 1 is "cermet.net", which appears to be an Italian Q/C
certification outfit of some sort. The second site "vajlugkub.com", looks
suspiciously like a spammer's site to me.

-Scott Miller
Tune into FOX Network - the official organ of the Ministry of Homeland
Security


                                                                                                                        
   
                      Jeff Harris                                                                                       
   
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I was checking my log files for my linux webserver/router/firewall/NAT,
and noticed that my Win2K machine (internal network) was pounding the
webserver for http://myurl/internal/dispatcher.aspx

This only happpened on Friday, at the rate of about 3 times a minute, and
only from the Win2K machine. A Check of Google, Symantec and McAfee don't
yield any results. Does anyone have any insights as to what might be
causing this?

Thanks,
Jeff

- --
Registered Linux user #304026.
"lynx -source http://jharris.tahongawaka.nu/jharris.asc | gpg --import"
or "gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-key 0xde0241b9"
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