I've recently taken over as the firewall administrator for my network and I am constantly seeing "Attacks" on the Sidewinder Admin Console Dashboard. Every minute I'll get about 50 or so Audits that look like this:
The source IP addresses are my internal clients and the destination IPs are from a lot of different places, however one range of IPs that comes up a lot is registered to Global Crossing according to dnsstuff.com (example: 126.96.36.199).
Can anyone shed light on what's going on here? It's happening to multiple client machines, some of which are a brand new install.
Perhaps scan them with an offline AV scanner like M$'s: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/what-is-windows-defender-offline
That makes sure any rootkits or nasties are not loaded as you're running
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