[tor-relays] rejected hit from China
danielcase10 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 3 04:47:13 UTC 2014
Sounds like fairly typical background noise to me. Null route the IP
if you're concerned but it's probably a zombie in someone's botnet or
a chinese user trying his luck. If your IP is listed publicly on tor,
expect to be probed every now and then.
On 3 July 2014 04:14, Larry Brandt <lbrandt at cni.net> wrote:
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> Today my router blocked two hits from Chinese server
> 220.127.116.11:59762 to my 18.104.22.168:21. I don't listen to port 21.
> I don't listen to 21.
> Should I take some action? Is this normal or academic or...?
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