On Fri, Nov 04, 2005 at 11:18:59PM +1100, Darren Tucker wrote:
> [...] it looks like the ssh connection was being
> dropped immediately after establishment (such as would be expected if,
> eg, you are using tcpwrappers).


Damien's explanation of this as nmap-like half-open scanning is much
better than the one above (for one thing, a connection dropped by
tcpwrappers should have the entire 3way tcp handshake).

BTW I've decoded all of the first 2 packets: they're pretty vanilla TCP
syn/synack packets to/from port 22 with tcp options (MSS=1460 and "SACK
permitted"). Nothing of interest.

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