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I would appreciate your feeling about this. Of course it's possible that someone is doing something really malicious, but remember that you don't have much code space to work with here and you're code is visible to anyone Forums Articles Register Members Search Member Login:

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I've tracert the adress but appart from getting the DNS "Phoebe.netclusive.de 217.195.36.7" It's not tracing. I believe now know it more about the party, as if some those to the Silvesterbesaeufnis come! This page was generated at 11:35pm. ID: 8140 · Petit Soleil Send message Joined: 17 Feb 03Posts: 1497Credit: 70,934RAC: 0 Message 8146 - Posted: 15 Jul 2004, 4:40:21 UTC Thanks Bill, Here it's comming from somewhere.de http://www.pcguide.com/vb/showthread.php?25109-HTTP_ActivePerl_Overflow-attacks

I you there surprised! :) 1l apple liquor, 2l apple wine, 1l Baileys, 1l Pflaeumchen, 2 box BrownShuga, 1 box shrink from Radler, min. 1l Vodka + Bitterlemon, evtl moose blood, Visa/MC/Paypal accepted. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I guess they are the one, or the web master who could trace and act accordingly. If you can't find a way to turn off this warning from NIS and you would like to, I suppose another option is to move to some different scanning program.If you

But you can use other browsers for "casual" surfing. Kozierok. What this thing is they mention in relation to what's "going through" boinc, I have no clue. My worry is that the recent Blaster worm had an error in it's programming that made it attack the loopback address.

Ian posted Feb 10, 2017 at 3:57 PM Valve are working on three new VR games Becky posted Feb 10, 2017 at 12:00 PM WCG Stats Friday 10 February 2017 WCG It can be found on this thread http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=1519 I am not making any suspicious assumption, just providing information that might help finding the problem. A suspicious activity signature, for example, might detect two systems with identical IP addresses, a condition that indicates an attempted IP spoofing attack. visit Welcome to the vBulletin support forums!

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Attack Category: Suspicious Activity Anomalous network conditions or traffic patterns. I hope it have already all a place where it you besaufen can:) We have case of up each a nice and warm place with Benjamin call in pig home! Find The PC Guide helpful? Hard to repeat them but has me nervous.

To contact the administrator click here Forum Jump User Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Welcome New here? this contact form Yvonne Yvonne Guest Posts: n/a 05-09-2003, 04:36 AM Thanks. Hello and welcome to PC Review. This is coming from the firewall itself, not from a popup window.

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Here are what Symantec says ; Some older versions of ActivePerl for Windows web servers may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code at the privilege level of the web server I've kept up on all MSFT security patches/fixes and Symantec updates (check about 3 times per week). In this case, you can exclude this signature from monitoring.

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Do you know or does anybody know of any search I could do to find a string that would identify the source on the PC? updated lately? >>-----Original Message----- >>I'm running Windows XP Home Edition and keep getting this >>HTTP_ActivePerl_Overflow messages indicated as an attack >>from inside the computer. Thus even if their desire have to extraterrestial ones to search and whole finally from the beta status rauszurechnen, provides here an account. _ then downloaded it the Client. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?

Thanks for your help in advance. Last modified: 15 Jul 2004, 6:06:08 UTC > If my understanding of it is correct, we might have users with a german and UK > ISP spreading some craps arround just It wouldn't surprise me if some ended up being outbound as well. http://custsolutions.net/general/http-213-159-117-134-index-php.php This section is an archive with no posting allowed.

I gather there is some way of telling Norton to not look for this pattern.If you are a perl programmer/user, ActiveState is not the only version out there. lake ya andY Related left: by andY.fRa (29.2.2004, 15:38) [ 0 comments ] Call So most will now ask themselves: What is BOINC? The ip address given is someone in the forum here, not someone being attacked by the forum here. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?

Someone will eventually come along who understands it and will fill everyone in, as most of it is over my head too. I needed the laugh! On the site here, it would be more along the comparison of an attachment in an email - unless you act on it, it's *somewhat* limited in what it could do Thanks for the replies by the way.