Reports of higher than normal SSH Attacks - UPDATE

Published: 2013-12-02
Last Updated: 2013-12-02 22:20:15 UTC
by Richard Porter (Version: 2)
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UPDATE:

Thank you to all who reported! Reports are that SSH based attacks are increasing. We will continue to monitor!

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We have a report of a much greater than the normal noise of SSH based attacks. Anyone else seeing this?

Richard Porter

@packetalien || rporter at isc dot sans dot edu

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