Hacking Attempts

Posted on 2011-09-28
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
For two weeks one of my clients has been getting
Audit Failures. I traced the ip and I think this attacker is spoofing his ip address. What can I do to stop this.
The attacker is searching various ports.After I reboot the server the attacker switches ip address's They are using a cisco 4000 router and I don't see a place where to block the ip's but it won't matter. Please help
Question by:jackm1
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make a complaint at the owner of the ip, or the ISP.how do you know is a c4000?

Author Comment

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His ISP changes.
It's my client that gas tge Cisco 4000

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pistanu earned 2000 total points
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the the only chance is to change your ip, in case o spoof flood the isp filter the destination.

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This helped


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