[76attendees] Wireless 'Deauth flood' attack detected in the ORCHID West.

Masafumi OE <masa@fumi.org> Tue, 10 November 2009 01:18 UTC

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Subject: [76attendees] Wireless 'Deauth flood' attack detected in the ORCHID West.
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All,

We are detecting 'Deauth flood' from a client is having following MAC 
address in the ORCHID West.

"00:0f:e2:02:1d:3d" / h54295 @ 09/11/10 10:07:39

This attack is consuming our valuable 2.4GHz radio resource.

NOC team would like to investigate this client.  please, people who owns 
this client contact to the Helpdesk in the terminal room or NOC in the 
UME(4th Floor).

Thank you for your assistance.

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Masafumi OE/ NAOJ / WIDE

On Mon, Nov 09, 2009 at 08:02:33PM +0900,
 Masafumi OE wrote:

> Dear IETF-folks,
> 
> If you have any issue on the IETF76 WiFi, please 
> contact to NOC staff.
> 
> Your comment and suggestion are welcome.
> 
> 
> 2009/11/09
> #1 
> If people continue roaming in the venue, packet loss 
> late on the client is growing up. Client is required 
> rebooting to solve.  XP on Thinkpad T500 with Intel 
> WiFi link 5300 is associating with 5GHz band (802.11an).
> 
> #2 
> Rouge RA clients
> see 76attendees@ietf.org ML
> 
> #3 
> Someone plug off the power of WiFi AP in the 1F lobby.
> DON'T PLUG OFF ANY CABLE IN THE VENUE.
> Thank you for your cooperation.
> 
> -- 
> Masafumi OE, Astronomy Data Center, NAOJ.
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Masafumi OE, Astronomy Data Center, NAOJ.