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Fri Jan 12 20:27:31 CST 2007
My old FreeBSD box was setup in the old days to put out a telnet prompt of
I modified it to not let logins in from other than a couple of internet
addresses from work.
Took about 15 minutes to modify /bin/login and the gettytab and telnetd
I loved looking at the logs.
If I had a captive DCL environment chrooted I'd have let them in. 8-)
I redirected the telnet and ssh to it from my firewall.
The only external login that would work was an ssh on an unusual port.
On 1/12/07, Witchy <witchy at binarydinosaurs.co.uk> wrote:
> On Sat, January 13, 2007 00:04, Richard wrote:
> > In article <14220.127.116.11.4.1168644904.squirrel at vorbis.demon.co.uk>,
> > "Witchy" <witchy at binarydinosaurs.co.uk> writes:
> >> So THAT's why I keep seeing GET / HTTP/1.0 in my webserver logs! Time
> >> hide the server ident on my own webserver or better still, tell the
> >> script
> >> kiddies it's a MICROS~1 web box....
> > If you make it look like IIS, they'll probably pound it even more.
> Yes, but they won't get in :)
> I dunno, maybe I should just turn the ident off and let them
> guess.....I've already stopped the stupid things that are on by default in
> my older version of SuSE, though one of those stupid things means I can't
> add attachments to my own email messages through my own email
> (massive offtopic drift here, sorry)
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