>>>>> On Thu, 3 Feb 2005 22:54:14 -0800,
>>>>> "Ted Mittelstaedt" said:


> restrictions somehow doesen't exist. Not to mention that even without a
> static IP assigned
> to your home or other locations that you normally ssh in from, it's
> pretty
> simple to block off huge chunks of the Internet, particularly blocks
> assigned
> to Red China, where a huge amount of cracking and spamming originates
> from.


For what it's worth (not much), most of the cracking attempts that
have been showing up recently in my logs are from the USA. Of course,
I can still go ahead and block the entire address range of the ISP.

Sandy
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