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From "Daniel Grace" <>
Subject Re: Advice needed...
Date Wed, 06 Mar 2002 14:50:49 GMT
Hmm, if anyone finds it drop me a note. If there's a Linux version or it's
open source, it sounds like something I can have monitoring my apache logs
and 'fight back'. Fun.

-- Daniel Grace

> There is software out there that will actually exploit that vulnerability
> take control of the infected server and clean it up. Don't have the URL
> handy but you probably can find it using Google
> > I know this may be some what off topic, but I was wondering what other
> > people are doing in regards to the Nimda and Code Red Viruses. What
> > recourse does one have when a company refuses to patch infected servers?
> > Do we have a right to protect our precious bandwidth? When a system is
> > completely out of control and is hitting your system something like 1000
> > or so time an hour, doesn't that take away from processing speed and so
> > forth?
> >
> > Anyone have any suggestions as to how to handle such situations? I know
> > that Apache servers are not at risk, but doesn't it concern anyone else?
> >
> > Thanks for your input.

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