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Re: Smurfable Networks
-----Original Message----- From: Brian Horvitz <[email protected]> To: Richard Thomas <[email protected]> Cc: [email protected] <[email protected]> Date: Wednesday, July 22, 1998 2:51 PM Subject: Re: Smurfable Networks >Actually, it turns out that a some of what I posted were only echo replies >from single hosts. This was indeed a real smurf..at one point we were >pulling about 50 Meg over 3 T3s. The error I made was in generating the >list of amplifier networks from my log files. Networks with even one >single echo reply to the target address were included in the list. Such >was the case with the net 12 entries - each one corresponded only to one >IP address, not a whole network worth. I tried about 30 from the list and didn't get a single dupe, but anyhow, check out SmurfLog v1.1 available at http://www.sy.net/security by yours truly, a much better way to gather only the guilty without generating 2 gig log files in the process.