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Re: OpenSSH attack attempt?
From: "ja6.com" <maillist () ja6 com>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 06:52:41 -0500

I found the same string in a google cache link,
of course it does look suspicious, and considering how many ssh related exploits there have been,
I do not know what exactly it is.

here is the link if you are interested: http://216.239.41.104/search?q=cache:FERt5O1-qbQJ:www.rpi.edu/locker/44/001244/auth.log+%22%5C377%5C373%5C030%5C377%5C373%27%5C377%5C375%5C%22&hl=en&ie=UTF-8

the actual site url is a 404 right now

Honza Vlach wrote:

Hi,

Has anybody seen anything like this in openssh logs?

2004-03-22 09:01:37.781326500 Failed keyboard-interactive for illegal
user xjunr
01 from ::ffff:212.65.252.97 port 61991 ssh2
2004-03-22 09:01:37.781379500 Disconnecting: Too many authentication
failures fo
r xjunr01
2004-03-22 09:02:05.879614500 Bad protocol version identification
'\377\373\037\
377\373 \377\373\030\377\373'\377\375\001\377\373\003\377\375\003sdf'
from ::fff
f:212.65.252.97
2004-03-22 09:02:36.287775500 Bad protocol version identification
'\377\373\037\
377\373 \377\373\030\377\373'\377\375\001\377\373\003\377\375\003' from
::ffff:2
12.65.252.97

Is it some attack attempt? I've checked both full-disclosure archive and
google, unfortunately haven't found anything usable.

Thanks in advance,
Honza Vlach





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