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Re: [Sks-devel] Unusual traffic for key 0x69D2EAD9 and 0xB33B4659

From: brent s.
Subject: Re: [Sks-devel] Unusual traffic for key 0x69D2EAD9 and 0xB33B4659
Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2019 02:38:02 -0500
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On 1/13/19 1:49 AM, Gabor Kiss wrote:
>> Request counted in 2h:
>>    178 0xB33B4659
>>     186 0x69D2EAD9
>>     290 0x2016349F5BC6F49340FCCAF99F9169F4B33B4659
>>     336 0x1013D73FECAC918A0A25823986CE877469D2EAD9
> I checked my logs. 15% of the recent 18k requests were related to these keys.
> They belong to:
> FreePBX Module Signing (This is the master key to sign FreePBX Modules) 
> <address@hidden>
> FreePBX Mirror 1 (Module Signing - 2014/2015) <address@hidden>
> I guess there was some software upgrade on ten thousands of Asterix nodes.
> Looks normal.
> Gabor

last stable release was may 2018, so i'm not sure on that personally.
i'd expect a lot MORE if that were the case.[0] it's... a really popular
piece of software. i even used it when i managed some VoIP systems.

it's just at the amount where it's inordinately high, but low enough to
make me not think it was something like a new release.

[0] "With over 1 MILLION production systems worldwide and 20,000 new
systems installed monthly, ..."

brent saner
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