SSH Hacker Activity!! AAHHH!!

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    SSH Hacker Activity!! AAHHH!!

    Look at this fool!:
    Code:
    Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address           Foreign Address         State       PID/Program name
    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:111             0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN     -
    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:80              0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN     -
    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:8080            0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN     -
    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:22              0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN     -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40417      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40553      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40872      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40370      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40689      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40823      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40506      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40642      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40779      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40461      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40592      TIME_WAIT  -
    tcp        1      1 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40919      CLOSING    -
    tcp        0      0 69.29.250.67:22         66.128.33.38:40733      TIME_WAIT  -
    He was sending large amounts of data, it was way outta line. At first I was like, "Port 22, SSL, logging into my system...sending large amounts of data as quickly as possible...hmmm". Then I checked his website to check out his personality:
    Not Cool
    That isn't too cool, he's spanish too, that means if he takes over my system, then I won't be able to talk to him! "Hey buddy, try not to delete the pr0n files" ya know!?

    So has anyone else felt like they're being taken over by spanish hackers?

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    He's from the Caribean!!, search up: 66.128.33.38. Those Caribean hackers! Darn them! I think I should report that guy, whoever he was, I wonder if I sent an abuse email, and the administrator would even understand!

    "I RECEivED packets through SSL port 22, uuhh, could you call him up and tell him he's being a bad person!?" I can just see them, laughing at my face! :(

    EDIT---------------------

    HAHAHAHAHHAHA, THIS GUY IS AWESOME
    Code:
    Jan 16 20:43:42 Shiva sshd[32399]: Illegal user jordan from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:43:46 Shiva sshd[32401]: Illegal user michael from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:43:50 Shiva sshd[32403]: Illegal user nicole from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:43:54 Shiva sshd[32405]: Illegal user daniel from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:43:58 Shiva sshd[32407]: Illegal user andrew from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:03 Shiva sshd[32409]: Illegal user magic from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:07 Shiva sshd[32411]: Illegal user lion from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:11 Shiva sshd[32413]: Illegal user david from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:16 Shiva sshd[32415]: Illegal user jason from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:20 Shiva sshd[32417]: Illegal user carmen from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:24 Shiva sshd[32419]: Illegal user justin from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:29 Shiva sshd[32421]: Illegal user charlie from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:33 Shiva sshd[32423]: Illegal user steven from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:38 Shiva sshd[32425]: Illegal user brandon from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:42 Shiva sshd[32427]: Illegal user brian from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:47 Shiva sshd[32429]: Illegal user stephen from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:51 Shiva sshd[32431]: Illegal user william from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:44:56 Shiva sshd[32433]: Illegal user angel from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:00 Shiva sshd[32435]: Illegal user emily from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:05 Shiva sshd[32445]: Illegal user eric from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:09 Shiva sshd[32447]: Illegal user joe from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:14 Shiva sshd[32450]: Illegal user tom from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:18 Shiva sshd[32452]: Illegal user billy from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:23 Shiva sshd[32454]: Illegal user buddy from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:27 Shiva sshd[32457]: Illegal user jeremy from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:32 Shiva sshd[32460]: Illegal user vampire from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:36 Shiva sshd[32462]: Illegal user betty from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:41 Shiva sshd[32465]: Illegal user max from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:46 Shiva sshd[32467]: Illegal user nicholas from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:50 Shiva sshd[32469]: Illegal user robin from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:45:55 Shiva sshd[32471]: Illegal user johnny from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:00 Shiva sshd[32473]: Illegal user lucy from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:04 Shiva sshd[32475]: Illegal user maria from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:09 Shiva sshd[32477]: Illegal user rose from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:19 Shiva sshd[32481]: Illegal user god from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:24 Shiva sshd[32483]: Illegal user barbara from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:28 Shiva sshd[32486]: Illegal user larisa from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:33 Shiva sshd[32489]: Illegal user jane from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:38 Shiva sshd[32491]: Illegal user dog from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:43 Shiva sshd[32493]: Illegal user sparc from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:47 Shiva sshd[32495]: Illegal user credit from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:52 Shiva sshd[32497]: Illegal user info from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:46:57 Shiva sshd[32499]: Illegal user manager from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:47:02 Shiva sshd[32507]: Illegal user horse from 66.128.33.38
    Jan 16 20:47:07 Shiva sshd[32509]: Illegal user nokia from 66.128.33.3
    Last edited by Kleid-0; 01-16-2005 at 10:26 PM.

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    id be suprised if that person is in the Carr. Its more likely that they are bouncing off of a bunch of non local servers. Its probably a script kiddie, so long as you rnot allowing any access through unsecured ports you should be fine.

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    Does anyone seriously use their forename as a uid?!? Okay, give a linux newbie the choice and they may well opt for that (Assuming that they understand not to use root all the time), but certainly a business server (i.e. something worth hacking) would not use anything like that form.

    Although I have to admit my Windows username is "nokia"...

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    > Jan 16 20:46:19 Shiva sshd[32481]: Illegal user god from 66.128.33.38
    Huh-oh, they're onto me

    > could you call him up and tell him he's being a bad person!?"
    Forward your logs to postmaster@loserisp.com and abuse@loserisp.com

    Or find out how to do this locally on your machine
    http://labrea.sourceforge.net/labrea-info.html
    That should slow them down
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    hey Kleid-o, look into honeynets, you could have some fun with that guy

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by axon
    hey Kleid-o, look into honeynets, you could have some fun with that guy
    If I exposed my computer any further, I'd be inside out!

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    There used to be some annoying Spanish script kiddie who used constantly try to get into my computer. I got him booted off of his ISP once, but I caught him a week or so later back at it from a new ISP. I tried emailing that ISP too, but it never worked. He stopped sooner or later, but it was clogging up my logs like crazy.

    >>Does anyone seriously use their forename as a uid?!?

    Me, but then again, look at my forum name . I'm not afraid of an evil hacker breaking into my OSX or Linux boxes, because the passwords are pretty good on each.

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    >>Does anyone seriously use their forename as a uid?!?
    I do. But my linux boxen are behind a NAT.
    Of course, the nat runs 'that other os', so the point is mainly invalid, but my dad hasn't been able to get the modem to respond properly with Linux.
    EDIT: Damn! Where's my head? NAT OS changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMurf
    Does anyone seriously use their forename as a uid?!?
    Yes.
    But the password is 20+ non-alphanumeric characters.
    I don't think it's a problem to use easy guessable user names.
    Last edited by Sang-drax : Tomorrow at 02:21 AM. Reason: Time travelling

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    >>I'm not afraid of an evil hacker breaking into my OSX or Linux boxes, because the passwords are pretty good on each.<<

    who told you "Iliekboiz" is a good password?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrakkenKorin
    >>I'm not afraid of an evil hacker breaking into my OSX or Linux boxes, because the passwords are pretty good on each.<<

    who told you "Iliekboiz" is a good password?

    Well it's a mix of capitulization and non-dictionary words, isn't it?

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    yes, but you forgot the numeric character and the special character.

    you should change it to "1liekbo!z"
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    Why not use 1773 |-|4><><0|2 code

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    Worm

    I think what you are seeing here is a worm. I've spent the past few weeks adding information together. I've seen roughly 23 servers with the exact same logs coming from around the world. I recently talked to a gentleman in boston from a legit business and it turns out his computer was compromised. As long as you are seeing the messages in the secure log, you're ok. (I know it's an uneasy feeling)

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