btbroadband and HTTP_IIS_ISAPI_Extension attack

  steven_frost 23:49 16 May 2003
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having had alsort of problems with differnt firewalls i'm trying out norton and it seems to work well but i am getting this alert after doing a trace of the ip address its coming back as bt should i report this to bt

  Terrahawk 00:33 17 May 2003

hope this gives you some information
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  Terrahawk 00:37 17 May 2003

what is going on with these links tonight
take 2. the attack could be associated with code red 2 which is a worm and trojan dropper may be worth running a virus scan report to bt may help but chances are the user using that ip adress has no idea of what is happening but will serve to close a security hole in their system hopefuly
good luck

t

  steven_frost 09:13 17 May 2003

just spoken to btbroadband and guess what their saying it cant be coming from us we don't support anything not even email and refuse to take the matter futher al they say is it must have been a web site i've visted.

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