frank at knobbe.us
Thu Aug 11 16:04:20 GMT 2005
On Thu, 2005-08-11 at 11:47 -0400, Paul Marsh wrote:
> 1026-27 just keeps rising, any ideas how to stop it?
Uhm.... with a firewall?
Seriously, the vast majority of UDP 1026-1027 are pop-up message, pop-up
spam and pop-up scam alike. You can't do anything to stop them coming
down your Internet pipe, unless you tell your ISP to filter those
Log them and report them to DShield if you like, or ignore them. That's
Ciscogate: Shame on Cisco. Double-Shame on ISS.
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