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UDP Port 25845

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UDP Port 25845

Just a quicky. Anyone aware of anything that sporadically sends out shedloads of UDP packets (source port 25845, destination port various, length always 1Cool to a variety of Internet hosts (mostly seem to be north europe adsl)??

Ive caught this on a network a couple of times, it bursts into life for a few mins, cripples the firewall, then stops. Registers itself in Wins as BOWTIE, BT104, or BT105, then dies again.
It could be spoofing the IP address (cant ping or map it, or spot the traffic at the site it is supposed to be coming from).

Doesnt appear to be doing any damage - the traffic isnt spreading to other hosts, and the outgoing stuff is bloked by the firewall. But its driving me mad.

Stu
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Must remember to disable smileys....!

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Have you checked your machine for Trojans, Spyware etc.

Aaron
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No, its not actually my machine, its on the LAN somewhere, at a remote site, but I cant actually identify the machine. Was just wondering if anyone else had come across any worms or virii lately that exhibit something like this or if its just someone playing silly bu66ers.