19 July, 2007
(idiot being a technical term for a Windows sysadmin with an infected system due entirely to neglecting to install the required and available patches.)
This page shows the address of the various people who constantly assault my webserver with the nimda or codered-viruses. As I run the apache webserver, I'm immune to these attacks. They're annoying, however, and a theft of my bandwidth. Nimda is a virus which attacks PCs running Microsoft IIS webserver. There's been a patch available for years, but many people who run Windows 2000 aren't aware that a webserver is installed and running as part of the default installation on some versions, or couldn't be bother to apply the patches or are just plain ignorant about system security.
Every single one of these ip address is banned from accessing any part of my site or sending mail to me or making *any* TCP connection whatsoever. If you're reading this and you're on the list (you could be using Google's Cache of the page), you need to track down the patch from the microsoft website. Any reputable virus checking software will be able to sort you out. Of course, if you'd been running virus checking software inthe first place, you wouldn't be on the list...
There are 0 unique ip addresses here.
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