Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by grogan2767, Sep 30, 2006.
Three telnet attempts, 2 trace route scans, and a port splicer scan against my main box! WTF!!
I wish I knew what the words all mean.
Three what and a who did what to your dog's what?
PatJEW? That's awesome.
NEM just hacked into my Blackberry.
Thanks, my main mensch.
You look like Woody Allen.
NEM wouldn't know a Blackberry if you mushed it, mixed it with pectin, called it jam and spread it on his bagel. What makes you think it has anything to do with the people here?
I once spent a day without visiting this forum, and I was still portscanned. It's a daily occurence for me. My tip: surf less p0rn.
Edit: Oh wait... you did intimate that you were a 'person of note' in the "Do they lurk" thread.. maybe you piqued somebody's interest.
Sorry wasn't tryng to scan your box,just your sisters
There's definately trouble with my main IP host and my 2 repeaters. The syslog scan seems to indicate a coupling failiure our at least a brown out of some sort during the replication time out period.
I hope he wore a condom.
That's not really me. In real lifeI look like a combination of The Rock and Mini Me.
Oh my god. My long lost brother seperated at birth?!?!
Remember in Annie Hall, Woody Allen was obsessed with being paranoid about being a Jew?
That's every Woody Allen movie.
I prefer "The Me".
You should try to do a little ram searching and maybe recalibrate the manifold in your hard drive.
Personally, i would update the mainframe to 2 "Gigs" and then maybe do a scandisk on the Microsoft pc database.
Either that, or you caaaaaaaaaan update the operating system and then re-coagulate the system interface to a bi-weekly scan defragmenter system. But that's a big step....... you might want to first reboot the system interface.
All these tasks should boost the systems disk space and speed up the network.
Trust me, i majored in computers in college. I know my crap.
Should I tweak my DIMM?
It was me. Just trying to get to know who I'm up against.
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