> My various web servers suffer regular attacks looking for exploits, the
> current one is looking for php, 100 odd URLs at a time including:
> GET //dbadmin/scripts/setup.php
> GET //phpMyAdmin-2.5.5-rc1/scripts/setup.php
> GET //mysqlmanager/scripts/setup.php
> GET /muieblackcat
> In my ICS web server, I was wondering what sort of creative response I
> could make to these requests, to annoy or slow down the hackers?
> I could leave the connection open without sending a response?
> Or send a vast amount of rubbish data in response?
> Any other suggestions?
Just delay the answer for a couple second, this will slow down the probing.
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