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Re: suspicious smbd connections

That's typical: IP's are really scanned like ...,,,, ... etc.

> > You are being scanned.  Get used to it.  You're not specifically being
> > targetted, but rather your IP address was randomly generated by some
> > worm on some Windows box and a connection attempt was made.  If you're
> > feeling particularly motivated, you can try to track down the owner of
> > the infected machine (or at least the owner of the netblock it lives on)
> > and inform them, but it probably won't do you much good.  I suspect that
> > you'll quickly find that most owners are simply not responsive.
> > 
> > noah
> > 
> But I have a dynamic IP. Every time I boot my system I get another 
> IP-address.
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