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Crazy Firewall Log Activity — What Does It Mean?

January 23rd, 2010 01:24 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

arkowitz writes “I happened to have access to five days worth of firewall logs from a US state government agency. I wrote a parser to grab unique IPs out, and sent several million of them to a company called Quova, who gave me back full location info on every 40th one. I then used Green Phosphor’s Glasshouse visualization tool to have a look at the count of inbound packets, grouped by country of origin and hour. And it’s freaking crazy looking. So I made the video of it and I’m asking the Slashdot community: What the heck is going on?”

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