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Re: another unusual connection
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- -- Dominik Schaefer <schaedpq2@xxxxxx> wrote:
>> For what it's worth, we (Trend Micro) have identified several Tor
>> nodes which have malicious intent -- this one among them.
>Could you give us some more information about this? ;-) I would assume,
>the reported behaviour could be very well caused by some unusually
>configured or misconfigured node and not malicious intent itself.
Actually, it appears that the hosts that are triggering alarms for
us have already been identified previously as hosting malicious
content -- not flagged explicitly for being a Tor node.
For example, a host that may have been previously identified as
hosting an MPack exploit engine may also now be used as a Tor
- - ferg
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