know if someone ping me
gerhard.nospam at bigfoot.de
Thu Aug 23 09:38:27 CEST 2001
On Wed, 22 Aug 2001 22:59:17 -0700 (PDT), noprianto <opennopri at yahoo.com> wrote:
>How do i know if someone ping my system ?
This is a strange question for comp.lang.python.
Python has no concept of a ping, but this isn't comp.lang.c++ but
comp.lang.python, so I am supposed to be more friendly ;-)
I've lost my crystal ball, so I can't know which operating system you want a
I'll just assume that you use Linux or *BSD. These OS have something called
netfilter/ipchains/... You can configure these to log ICMP (ping) requests to
the syslog. With a Python script, you could continuously read from the log file
and do whatever pleases you if you find an ICMP request.
PS: It's considered nice to use a realname on Usenet.
PPS: Could it be that a cracker group called "Python" was recently founded.
I've seen some strange posts here recently ...
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