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  1. #1
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    On a website I know (call it, over 800 hits were registered with some seriously weird details:

    All the hits came were done using the GET method, but the requested URLs were all full URLs pointing to subdomains of Examples are:

    Again, those were the GET REQUEST_URI values - that is, the bot was requesting a URL from another domain name, not from These were not HTTP referrer values.

    All the hits came from same remote host, a subdomain name from

    It could be a hacking attempt (this is after all a deliberate request for a clearly wrong page), but I am not 100% convinced of this theory.

    This is baffling me, as I have never seen such behavior. Any help would be appreciated.

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    PM me which sub-domain. used to work for a spin-off of charter (and charter directly at one point), I recall some of their stuff still, and if needed, I think I remember some of their email addresses.

    Sounds like a zombie PC.
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