Tipo de suceso: Advertencia Origen del suceso: Control de Microsoft ISA Server Categoría del suceso: Filtro de paquetes Id. del suceso: 15105 Fecha: 22/03/2006 Hora: 9:58:26 Usuario: No disponible Equipo: MAIA Descripción: El servidor ISA detectó un ataque de todos los puertos de la dirección IP (protocolo Internet) 188.8.131.52. Para obtener más información acerca de este evento, vea la Ayuda del servidor ISA. Datos: 0000: 1f 00 00 00 ....
If you search the name this IP 184.108.40.206 to know who is the owner, you obtain:
TARGET: 220.127.116.11 NAME: MICROSOFT-1BLK NUMBER: 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124 CITY: REDMOND STATE: WASHINGTON COUNTRY: US LAT: 47.67 LONG: -122.12 LAT_LONG_GRAN: City LAST_UPDATED: 20-Jun-2001 NIC: ARIN LOOKUP_TYPE: Block Allocation RATING: =20 DOMAIN_GUESS: microsoft.com STATUS: OK
What's doing Microsoft? Why they scan us? What are they looking for?
1.- Download Software. My first surprise: Oracle -> 685M, Postgres -> 15,8M
2.- Read Manuals: A lot of them, with a high quality but... I can't find how to install in Debian. Google solves it: Desktop Survival Guide. Tricky but works!
3.- Manual database create/remove/test/dump...:
* create/dump: dbca is a graphical frontend than help to it; the --silent parameter let it works without graphical frontend.
* dump: exp works nice. The first test: to dump a complete void database (1 user, 1 table), takes 9 minutes and 12Mb!!!; Postgres -> 9 sec. and 200k for 100 tables/triggers.
I always hear than Oracle is the best database, but now I'm not to sure.
- The installation is too tricky.
- Create databases is slow (minutes)
- 9 minutes and 12mb to dump a complete void database? Slow!!!!!
- To work correctly you need to manually define 7 environment variables. No comments.
- It needs a big server. 500Mb Ram, 1Gb Swap, minimum.
- It's not possible to create a database remotely because it's necessary to create manually directories locally.
I was thinking about create debian packages for the new Oracle Database 10g Express Edition Beta Release , but It will be a lot of work. Maybe an alioth project?
About dbconfig-common... It will be probably finished this week, but it will need a lot of test/verify before release it.
Now, my NM process is finished, and I had begin again with all my works.
I've updated translations I had in a box, continue packaging moto4lin, than I promise to had finished a month ago and continue with dbconfig-common work. I've sent an ITT to three documents from debian installer manual, translated two documents more, I've updated dbconfig-common and beep translations.
To continue with dbconfig-common I'm learning oracle. The first and not easy step is install it in Debian. I must to learn to create, remove, update databases only using command line, learn how different forms exists to access to a oracle database and a lot of little things more.
The NM process is long, maybe too long, but necessary. It's a perfect filter to know if a maintainer is a good maintainer. My NM process is now in the last stage. I'm waiting to DAM approval.
Today I've entered to catalan translations coordination page and I've seen than somebody has translated a page I had ITT (Intend to Translate). Furious, I've read the logs to know who did it. Ups... I had translated it....
When I was in the first steps of NM process, I was looking for templates to T&S and P&P but I could not found them. But this templates are public and you could found them here. I don't knok how long are them up to date as you could see as Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt blog.
A few months ago Aurelien began to sponsor me and then I inscribed me to the New Maintainer application list. I was reading each they the movements on the application list, and today It has changed. Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt has been assigned as my Application Manager.
I was waiting for this moment, but now, I'm very nervous.
Two new packages dbconfig-common based is ready to upload to sid, mydms and bulmacont. When dbconfig-common will be on sid, I've ask aurel32 to upload mydms to unstable.