Incidents
Tracking down random ICMP Jan 22 2007 01:19PM
Craig Chamberlain (craig chamberlain Q1Labs com) (3 replies)

Seem to be seeing more random bursts of ICMP traffic - sometimes
unidirectional - with remote destinations that are mostly inexplicable.
Wondering if it's a covert control channel of some sort - if so I can
see why they chose ICMP - often allowed through firewalls and it is
seems to be hard to determine the originating process in Windows.

Is there a tool that can determine which process ID is generating ICMP
packets or IRPs in Windows? TDImon seems to be TCP/UDP only. TCPview and
netstat apparently can't do it.

TIA
- Craig

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Re: Tracking down random ICMP Feb 02 2007 11:25PM
Frank Knobbe (frank knobbe us)
Re: Tracking down random ICMP Jan 23 2007 03:32PM
Valdis Kletnieks vt edu (2 replies)
Re: Tracking down random ICMP Jan 25 2007 12:13PM
Javier Fernández-Sanguino (jfernandez germinus com) (1 replies)
Re: Tracking down random ICMP Jan 25 2007 05:20PM
Valdis Kletnieks vt edu (2 replies)
DoS attacks using ports 31800, 31900 ? Feb 02 2007 06:27PM
David Gillett (gillettdavid fhda edu) (1 replies)
Re: DoS attacks using ports 31800, 31900 ? Feb 06 2007 03:36PM
Deapesh Misra (deapesh gmail com)
Attempted FTP intrusion Jan 31 2007 05:43PM
David Gillett (gillettdavid fhda edu) (1 replies)
Re: Attempted FTP intrusion Jan 31 2007 10:09PM
Tillmann Werner (tillmann werner gmx de)
Re: Tracking down random ICMP Jan 23 2007 09:37PM
Jose Nazario (jose monkey org) (1 replies)
Re: Tracking down random ICMP Jan 24 2007 01:05AM
Bojan Zdrnja (bojan zdrnja gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Tracking down random ICMP Feb 09 2007 12:17AM
Jean-Baptiste Marchand (jbm lists gmail com)
Re: Tracking down random ICMP Jan 23 2007 03:50AM
Kyle Maxwell (krmaxwell gmail com)


 

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