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Re: A watched pot never boils: The Return of Code Red
>After eight hours of Code Red II, I haven't seen any impact. So far >the only website I can't reach is WWW.KEYNOTE.COM Everything else >seems to be humming along just fine. Funny I get KEYNOTE.COM fine, but www.internethealthreport.com has problems. The site is reachable via http://internetpulse.com/ but Keynote seem to use the other name in their link. It is a DNS delegation issue (and possibly web server configuration), I have flagged it to the contact listed in the SOA at Keynote. A quick glance suggests at the Internet Pulse suggests that things may be slightly below average, but not dramatically different from normal, certainly it doesn't look fatal yet. The CAIDA Code Red figures quoted elsewhere suggest it may level off at about half as many infections as last time. But we don't really know what living with this thing for another 19 days will be like. My /24 *8-) didn't see any probes till about 80,000 unique hosts had been detected at www.incidents.org, so I suspect the "pseudo random" approach to IP addresses may lead to a long tail in the infection.