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Bruteforce attack against smtp-auth Jan 09 2007 02:08PM
Philipp Frik (Philipp Frik physik lmu de) (1 replies)
Hi,

this day i've seen that somebody from China had tried to get an smtp
login om a server. This was the first time i've seen something like
this, bruteforce against ssh i've seen often but never against the
mailserver. Now i'm interresed in if there a more people out there with
similar experience an is there an suggestion to deal with this way of hacks?

<http://www.dict.cc/englisch-deutsch/Sincere.html>Sincere regards

Philipp Frik
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[ reply ]
Re: Bruteforce attack against smtp-auth Jan 10 2007 06:14PM
mgotts 2roads com (1 replies)
Re: Bruteforce attack against smtp-auth Jan 12 2007 02:34PM
Peter Morgan (peterjmorgan gmail com)


 

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