If, however, there is an firstname.lastname@example.org
address in the whois entry, you can try dropping them a line, but in most cases it's unlikely to do any good.
I've given up on the many attacks from China, but sometimes I get some more deliberate ones from Canada, US, Europe (and of course China), trying to log in through webmin.
I have two questions:
- Is there any additional security that should be considered for webmin?
(I have IP tables and sshguard for the brute force guys)
- yet again, is it worth reporting the IP to the ISP?
P.S. This reminds me of mosquitos in the jungle, it is pointless to get annoyed at them, but I would love a ton of DDT here
P.S.2 marcus0263: nice to be reminded of old Friedrich these days.