127 through the first 5 days (GMT)
expr $(cat /var/log/apache/access.log*|grep -c
default.ida) - 127
Hmm.. Seems to be around 1/hour. Slowly getting more and more CodeRedII scans. Like I said before, I think it would have been better if a newer variant had just shut down IIS..
Posted a note regarding setting up IPv6. Got one response so far, which wasn't very clear. One thing was that I apparently need a usagi kernel. I think I'll try other stuff suggested first, as I don't really feel like compiling a new kernel..
I should really find some work to do..
Wow. Some people are getting way more hits frome Code Red than I am. Glad I'm not on a cable modem, I guess. Strange how nearly all cable modems are in the 24.x.x.x block. Was that intentional? I live in the 206.blah range, which seems to be spread across a lot of varied stuff, and it appears to be very geographically separated as well.
Sounds like the power company wants people to start turning stuff off. Reminds me that we have the thermostat set pretty low at the apartment. At least one of my roommates likes it cold, which really bothers me. I don't exactly like it hot, but I can't stand it when when my fingers start to get chilled... I think we have finally found a spot that works okay for all of us, but it's still cooler than what I'd like to have it run at.
Of course, we're running it lower than we would if we were paying for electricity separately from our rent...Posted by mike at August 6, 2001 08:58 AM | Old Advogato Diary | TrackBack