2006-08-15 — Mocbot observed
propagating via tcp/445 and MS06-040 exploit.
2005-01-05 — Successfully moved
myNetWatchman servers to our new hosting facility. The
move gives us better bandwidth and space.
2004-07-01 — New
FAQ answers added to help new users get started.
Many thanks to mNW user Jack Eisenberg for compiling
2004-06-01 — New
mNW Agent to support Kerio Winroute Firewall 5.x and
6.x.. A new mNW agent has been developed to convert
Kerio 's log into ZoneAlarm's format. Instructions are
included with the downloaded file. Many thanks to Jiggs
for developing this tool.
2004-04-01 — Improved
myNetWatchman Notification Routing Policy. Effective
March 1, 2004 we changed our approach to identifying
and notifying the responsible party associated with
myNetWatchman (mNW) detected security incidents. Previously,
we used a combination of reverse DNS, DNS Start-of-Authority,
and IP Whois information to identify the responsible
party. However, have concluded that this approach is
unscalable and ineffective for all but the largest network
2004-03-22 — Messenger
Spammers Now Fragging. Changes in UDP/1026 and UDP/1027
activity (usually attributable to Windows Messenger
Spam) show that message size is increasing beyond the
typical maximum packet size. A side effect of that is
a substantial increase in 'fragment reassembly timeout'
errors. Since a significant percentage of Messenger
spam is transmitted using a forged source IP, the unfortunate
owners of these IPs will likely notice a significant
volume of inbound ICMP error packets which can significantly