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    my homeseer was probed again

    Hi,

    so second time this happened.

    but you can see they gave it a go, didnt get in.

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    #2
    I've seen this weekly for years as my ipaddress never changes. So far so good.
    -Rupp
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      #3
      Unless of course they get in, delete any logs showing their entry, cover their tracks, and do what they want inside your network.

      Are you 100% certain that hasn't happened?

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        #4
        Originally posted by mterry63 View Post
        Unless of course they get in, delete any logs showing their entry, cover their tracks, and do what they want inside your network.

        Are you 100% certain that hasn't happened?
        If they did and I didn't notice then no harm no foul. If they did it would be a first in a long long time.
        -Rupp
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          #5
          If they probe your machine weekly have you noticed if the source IP changes? If not you might add a blacklist ACL.

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            #6
            Looks like a bot targeting Apache Tomcat servers to me.....
            Jon

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              #7
              Originally posted by Rupp View Post
              I've seen this weekly for years as my ipaddress never changes. So far so good.
              My IP from my ISP never changes either. I don't remember it ever changing, even when I've had my network down for days. Let's see, that's a new DHCP transaction every 2 hours for years. Without ever changing the address...

              Giving who knows how many people on that network the opportunity to try to goof with your address.

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