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Re: dispatcher.aspx
From: Jeff Harris <jharris () rallycentral us>
Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 10:33:38 -0700 (PDT)

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I just ran a virus check with an updated virus file, and ran Ad-Aware 6
with an updated config. They both show nothing suspicious. Maybe I'll try
some of the other tools brought up in the Xupiter thread, unless someone
else has any more ideas.

On Thu, 1 May 2003 SMiller () unimin com wrote:

{
{ 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
{
{                       Jeff Harris
{                       <jharris () tahongaw        To:       security-basics () securityfocus com
{                       aka.nu>                  cc:
{                                                Subject:  dispatcher.aspx
{                       04/30/2003 05:45
{                       PM
{
{
{
{
{
{
{ 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.rallycentral.us/jharris.asc | gpg --import"
or "gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-key B0890FED"
Key fingerprint = 52FC 20BD 025A 8C13 5FC6  68C6 9CF9 46C2 B089 0FED
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