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Re: How to detect process using ICMP
From: Jared Curtis <jared () w00ttech com>
Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 16:08:26 -0800

I don't know how to find which process is sending ICMP but the netstat
command can show you which process is using which port and where it is
connected.

netstat -np, would be a good start.

On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 9:38 PM, Tony Raboza <tonyraboza () gmail com> wrote:
Hi

I have a Linux server which I now is sending out strange ICMP traffic
to two hosts.  My IDS (snort) told me that its a stacheldraht-dos.  I
have checked on the server using tcpdump and indeed it is sending out
ICMP.  Now, how do I found out which process is doing this?  lsof so
far has not been successful.

Thanks.


Best,
Tony

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