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Hckerwatch reporting incresing actavity from China/NK

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posted on Dec, 11 2009 @ 08:20 AM
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below is a snippet from their web site this is a free service.. they just track intrusion attempts and report that's all

Security is becoming increasingly critical as the Internet continues to see a surge in intrusion attempts, phishing, hacking, and worm and virus outbreaks. However, with the assistance of users worldwide, HackerWatch offers a unique kind of Internet reconnaissance: by collecting and analyzing users’ firewall activity, we can identify intrusion attempts, track complex attack patterns, and disclose the sources and targets of Internet threats. The resulting information this provides is lasting in its instructiveness: it helps all of us understand, block, and prevent unwanted Internet traffic and future threats.

HackerWatch lets you report and share information that helps identify, combat, and prevent the spread of Internet threats and unwanted network traffic.

their event tracking report shows
24 Hours..5,992,210.
7 Days...45,559,205
30 Days..66,468,175

So as you can see in just this last week things have really started to pick up...
Right now most of these hack attempts are targeting Port 7212

Unassigned
Used by GhostSurf™ open proxy. RealPlayer™ uses UDP ports 6970-7170 (inclusive) for incoming network traffic only. Ports 6970-7170 have also been used for streaming audio and video.

Make sure you have a good firewall and antivirus updated and running...
Visit their web site here




posted on Dec, 11 2009 @ 09:24 AM
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Originally posted by DaddyBare
below is a snippet from their web site this is a free service.. they just track intrusion attempts and report that's all

Security is becoming increasingly critical



Make sure you have a good firewall and antivirus updated and running...
Visit their web site here



LOVE the bit at the end saying about having YOUR firewall and antivirus up and running before visiting their website
ROFL.



posted on Dec, 11 2009 @ 09:30 AM
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Okay so maybe I should have ordered the post a bit differently...
the site is safe and a good resource ya know...
now excuse me while I whop DataWraith on the back of the head



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