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Old 09-02-2001
Network Default.ida

I am referring to my last resort about a problem that I have encountered for the past week and havent gotten to the bottom of it so far. There are servers trying to pull default.ida out of my server which is doing something where my server slows down immensly and sometimes even displays server not found messages. I'm running solaris 5.8 with perl5.0 apache. Im really a newbie in need of some gurus to help me out. IM loosing insane traffic and webmasters from my affiliate program because of this.

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Old 09-02-2001
Do you know what Default.ids is?
Is it supposed to be on your server?
If it is, has it been modified recently?
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Old 09-03-2001
The directory that the file is trying to be pulled from doesnt have a default.ida
Smilie
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Old 09-03-2001
I don't know off hand, but that's an attack routine to exploit a buffer-overflow condition on Microsoft IIS servers.

For a tricky little redirector (assuming you are running Apache, and not another webserver), check out: https://www.unix.com/cybersecurity/1685-code-red-redirect.html?s=. Keep in mind that this does not really help the load on the site all that much, and there is no simple way to fix this, but it's certainly funny!

Also, check the logs to see what site is sending these requests. You MAY be able to contact each of them, and let them know they've got a case of Code Red. Send them here: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tre...s/codealrt.asp.

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