TheBattleship Posted April 18, 2008 Share Posted April 18, 2008 Hi Guys, I run a Windows 2003 Server (no flaming please – it’s part of the job!), which hosts various websites and forums. Recently, I decided to install Cain and Able on it just to see what unencrypted traffic was being passed through (ie bad coding). Unfortunately, this is what I discovered [next post]. I’m not overly concerned, because although I am running a MySQL server, the “root” account isn’t actually called “root”. How can I stop this “attack” from happening and using up bandwidth and clock cycles? Cheers, Matt Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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