[Dshield] Proof of hacker. What do I do?

Henriksen, Ron RHENRIKSEN at wintrust.com
Mon Aug 26 16:53:17 GMT 2002

Do you use Symantec Antivirus Corp Edition ?

-----Original Message-----
From: Linda [mailto:godawgs47 at ellijay.com]
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2002 10:00 AM
To: list at dshield.org
Subject: [Dshield] Proof of hacker. What do I do?

TCP d2f2t6:nbsession d2f2t6:0 LISTENING
 TCP d2f2t6:2068 d2f2t6:0 LISTENING
TCP d2f2t6:2070 d2f2t6:0 LISTENING
TCP d2f2t6:2073 d2f2t6:0 LISTENING
TCP d2f2t6:2074 d2f2t6:0 LISTENING
TCP d2f2t6:2068 unknown.level3.net:80 ESTABLISHED
TCP d2f2t6:2070 unknown.level3.net:80 ESTABLISHED
TCP d2f2t6:2073 unknown.level3.net:80 ESTABLISHED
TCP d2f2t6:2074 unknown.level3.net:80 ESTABLISHED
UDP d2f2t6:nbname *:*
UDP d2f2t6:nbdatagram *:*
UDP d2f2t6:1978 *:*
What I did was install TCPVIEW. THen I went into netstat. What I think is
being stopped at my firewall is not being stopped. They are into dos.
Here is my event log that corresponds with this.
2002/08/24 20:50:05 (unknown.Level3.net)
Port 1074 (TCP)
2002/08/24 20:35:48 (unknown.Level3.net)
Port 1075 (TCP)

I didn't get it all copies over because there are 8 entries on the firewall
in a row.

There are also large files showing up that I don't know what they are.


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