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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by petfut, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. petfut

    petfut Well-Known Member

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    After this my Apache had to be restarted couple of times:

    194.109.21.230 - - [15/Mar/2005:22:19:58 +0200] "POST http://194.109.153.2:6667/ HTTP/1.0" 405 228
    194.109.21.230 - - [15/Mar/2005:22:19:58 +0200] "CONNECT 194.109.153.2:6667 HTTP/1.0" 405 231
    194.109.21.230 - - [15/Mar/2005:22:19:58 +0200] "CONNECT 194.109.153.2:6667 HTTP/1.0" 405 231
    194.109.21.230 - - [15/Mar/2005:22:20:09 +0200] "\x04\x01\x1a\v\xc2m\x99\x02" 400 -
    194.109.21.230 - - [15/Mar/2005:22:20:09 +0200] "\x04\x01\x1a\v\xc2m\x99\x02" 400 -
    194.109.21.230 - - [15/Mar/2005:22:20:09 +0200] "\x05\x01" 501 -
     
  2. sleuth1

    sleuth1 Well-Known Member

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    Not to alarm you unnessacerily but it looks like you have a connection to a server in Amsterdam ( Holland) on port 6667

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    Re: TCP port 6667
    ... >Does anyone know which service running on TCP port 6667? > >regards, >apisit.
    > At least the trojan WinSatan uses TCP port 6667 by default, ...


    If this isnt something you know about and are allowing , do a thorough check ,now ( it may also be harmless ) but you should find out . or get a pro to look at it.
     

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