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May 12 11:43:51 HD-MCP HD-MCP: SSL ACCEPT Error [http request] on [::ffff:18.104.22.168] May 12 11:43:52 HD-MCP last message repeated 130 times
That would be in Russia.
Then there's this one:
May 12 11:42:15 HD-MCP HD-MCP: SSL ACCEPT Error [http request] on [::ffff:22.214.171.124] May 12 11:42:15 HD-MCP last message repeated 169 times
May 11 22:01:36 HD-MCP HD-MCP: SSL ACCEPT Error [http request] on [::ffff:126.96.36.199] May 11 22:01:36 HD-MCP last message repeated 220 times
And that's from our great friends the NAFTA folks -- Mexico.
Where's my "nuke the source of that crap until it glows" button?
No, they're not an "innocent" series of accidents. Not with well north of 100 attempts each within a few seconds. Nor are they isolated -- that's just a small sample.
Oh, if you want to know why you need something like HomeDaemon instead of software written in a "high level" (high-overhead) language, this sort of garbage would be why -- it laughs such attempts off, even on $35 hardware.
With a "bit" more overhead.... it won't be as non-disruptive of an experience for you.