[GTER] port 1434
liane2 at penta.ufrgs.br
Wed Nov 5 18:03:55 -02 2003
Algumas informações (abaixo resumidas) sobre uso desta porta, extraidas da
lista NANOG em janeiro2003, mostram
um DOS desencadeado através de um verme que atuava por esta porta.
It seems we have a new worm hitting Microsoft SQL server servers on port1434.
Agreed... shutting down MSSQL stopped the flood here.... now to find it and
Affirmative. Be sure to block 1434 UDP on both the inbound and the
outbound. Infected servers are VERY NOISY
Of the customers I've had to shut off for being DOS targets, all are
windows boxen. Perhaps there is a new windows exploit?
A preliminary look at some of our NetFlow data shows a suspect ICMP payload
delivered to one of our downstream colo customer boxes followed by a
70 Mbit/s burst from them. The burst consisted of traffic to seemingly random
destinations on 1434/udp. This customer typically does about 0.250 Mbit/s
so this was a bit out of their profile. :-) Needless to say, we shut them
down per a suspected security incident. The ICMP came from 188.8.131.52
though that could quite easily be forged or just another compromised box.
We're seeing red to many networks all over the world though our network seems
to have quieted down a bit. Sounds like a DDoS in the works.
Really bad. Quick capture of filter drops:
PROTO 17 (UDP) pkt from (IP's from all over the world)/1033 to (All my IP
> Okay this is getting bad.. one of our routers just locked up from udp
> 1434's. Can't even telnet to it now.
My firewalls are going nuts with hits on UDP port 1434 also from everywhere!
On Sat, Jan 25, 2003 at 02:05:42AM -0500, Kevin Welch wrote:
> I am seeing similar traffic loads on my network at this hour, one of our
> MS SQL servers seemed to be sending a large amount of traffic out to the
> Internet. Still looking into it but too similar for me to avoid sending
> an e-mail.
Same symptoms here. After disabling MS SQL, which required a reboot as
the process didn't want to shut down normally, the traffic stopped. I
found 3 boxes on our network that were generating massive amounts of
traffic, all of which run MS SQL.
At 12:18 PM 11/5/2003 -0300, you wrote:
>Eu tambem, amigo...
>Gostaria de saber o que esta ocontecendo, ou o que irá acontecer.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Fabiano" <fabiano.br at uol.com.br>
>To: <gter at eng.registro.br>
>Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 12:02 PM
>Subject: [GTER] port 1434
> > olá...
> > Estou notando um sensível aumento de requisições na porta 1434 .
> > alguém mais ?
> > s
> > Fabiano
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