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Re: Code Red growth stats
I did a poor job of formating this message. Somebody else said this (Idon't remember who at the moment): > Indeed. I've seen 1215 probes since the start of August, and a rough glance > shows something like 30% or more are dialups, cable modems and DSL lines. > Better than 50% appear to be addresses without INADDR. I said this: > Here too I think a sociologist might be useful (by the way I am not a > sociologist, I disagree with some sociology, but I have lunch with > one or more nearly every week). > > What is likely to be the population characteristic most common among > xDSL connected folk? > > I think it is small [home|business|shop] relatively unsophisticated, > poorly staffed and more likely to have all the bells and whistles on. > > And maybe the most frequently occuring thing in the population. I am sorry to have stolen somebody else's words--I did not mean to do that.