Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 21:47:37 +0000 (UTC)
From: "Pete Brown" <>
Subject: Re: Test Hamster Request..

Anything further on the worm "dashock". I have kept the IIP details you gave me in the last post ("last post" hahahaha) just in case my firewall logs any assault. Listened a bit more to Radio Free Dexterdyne...........quite an interesting series of tracks. I have noticed some...the older recorded stuff... to not have the same broad spectrum of frequencies as some of the newer (probably digital recordings) stuff. Anything I have listened to is very good entertainment. Oh incidentally I listen to all my music flat (no treble or bass tone controls). This is the same whether I listen on my PC or my main hifi system. Just for the record I have a Denon AVR 3803 digital amp/receiver (9 months old), a Pioneer DV525 DVD player (4 years old), a JVC HR-S6855 Super VHS VCR (one year old), a Sky digital satellite system (fixed dish) (two years old) and a Sony 32" flat panel TV (six months old). Hoping to change the DVD player to a Denon DVD 2900 this Christmas. Happy with my VCR and my Sky system which is capable of receiving Dolby Digital sound TXs. I use Paradigm (yes, the Canadian maker) Spirit speakers for my main fronts with a JPW centre, a Mission sub and a pair of Wharfedale floor standers for my main rears. Hoping to upgrade my front centre to a Paradigm CC350 and use the JPW as a new rear centre (7.1 channel sound) and I may change the sub to a Paradigm. I just love the Paradigm stuff. The front mains give off a really sexy and quite involving sound that has been enhanced even further by the AVR 3803. My greatest ever hifi purchase. So you see I take my music and home entertainment seriously, my friend. Best wishes Pete "Dexter J" <> wrote in message > Salutations: > > Pete Brown wrote: > > > > If worms were like comets or hurricanes I reckon the worm should be named > > after yourself. > > > > Just say it was so...............what would you call the worm? > > > > Regards > > > > Pete > > > > Lord no - you don't want any exploit named after yourself and I should be > very clear it may be nothing other than script kiddies rattling doors. But > - it's something new and it targeted Apache with these: > > /error/%5c%2e%2e%5clogs%5cinstall.log > > and > > /error/%5c%2e%2e%5cconf%5chttpd.conf > > It first hit here from - so if I > had any say at all - I'd probably call it: > > .. '' - or simply - the 'mashock' exploit.. > > However - if turns out to actually be something, you know, other than > someone rattling server doors - whoever dreamt it up will take dis-honour > as part of the source code and viral load. > > No word from anyone in authority - however someone at > alt.apache.configuration has kindly tested what little I have against a his > production *nix Apache and it hasn't breached his system (with the proviso > that he isn't using an OEM configuration).. > > Interesting times brother Pete.. Interesting times.. > > -- > > J Dexter - webmaster - > all tunes - no cookies no subscription no weather no ads > no news no phone in - RealAudio 8+ Required - all the Time > > Radio Free Dexterdyne Top Tune o'be-do-da-day > Kathy Matea - 455 Rocket >

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