I’ve been noticing this for weeks now. A massive NTP amplification attack from Guangzhou China on Roseville California.
China was attacking TCP ports 50856, 50864, and the known backdoor port TCP 53413 found in Chinese made routers.
I think there’s no doubt that the next war will be waged on the wire. My bet is that it will be China, Russia, and USA will be the big players here for obvious reasons. If you monitor the news at all, then you’ve noticed the daily breaches of networks and the loss of private Read more about The Wire War[…]
The NSA has a map annotating the 600+ times Chinese attackers have successfully breached USA cyber-security to steal secrets from corporations, government, and the US military in the past 5 years. Targeting includes: Silicon Valley, home to such big tech businesses as Google and Facebook. Defense contractors like Lockheed Martin, based in Maryland. Specifications to Read more about Cyber Warfare Targeting[…]
As you can see Telnet on TCP port 23 is still the most attacked protocol, probably because it’s weak and sends passwords in clear text…
China and Korea were among the sources of most of the attacks against the USA, targeting the Telnet protocol on TCP port 23.