[Dshield] Increase in Sub Seven's

Johannes Ullrich jullrich at sans.org
Tue Jun 18 14:12:11 GMT 2002


> Yes, I get them too, but since may and from all over the globe.
> But it seems they come in "batches". Some day's I see five to ten of them, some days none.
> In May I even had Sub Seven's arriving, directly followed by Netbus's from the same addresses.

Does anybody have honeypot captures of this activity? If you
need my good old perl honeypot, let me know. Subseven probes
usually come from IRC bots and try to get SubSeven to download
some other piece of malware.


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