windows networking and udp 1026

Peter Moody peter at ucsc.edu
Wed Dec 3 18:26:30 GMT 2003


Hi all,

With this recent increase in udp/1026 scans and popup spam coming in on
said port I'm wondering, do I have to be worried about some sort of
blaster/nachi variant coming through that vector as well?

Has anyone else seen anything to either support or refute this?

Thanks.

-Peter

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Peter Moody                             <peter at ucsc.edu>
Information Security Administrator      831/459.5409
Communications and Technology Services. UC, Santa Cruz.
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