I'm reading the Slashdot
article about Curious Yellow, a
theoretical superworm, when I come across this post about
an increase in NetBIOS probes. Curious, I decide to check the firewall here
at the Facility in the Middle of Nowhere to see just how bad it is.
From September 29th starting at 6:11 am, to now, at 7:06 pm, 92%
of all rejected packets have been NetBIOS probes (14,379 out of 15,563);
about one every three minutes or so. Not quite twice a day as the post
says, but still, not a good thing.
further, it may be due to the Opaserv
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