Odd log requests

So about 6 months ago, I made a page on my local server that pulls up a
list of movies I had in a directory and displayed them as links (I was
working on a way to make the WiiU in my living room play movies)…

Fast forward… About a month ago, I started noticing a remote IP trying to
access (and succeeding) the local server and pulling it up. Thing is, my
WiiU is packed away since I moved and I can confirm that isn’t it.

It’s happening every minute and there is no port forwarding through port 80
to my machine.

When I pull up the logs, I get this.

User Agent: Microsoft-WebDAV-MiniRedir/6.1.7601
Lucee (Neo https://www.facebook.com/neo.cfm) Os FINAL 4.5.1.000 (CFML
Version 10,0,0,0)
Time Stamp Feb 17, 2016 6:58 AM
Time Zone America/Los_Angeles
Locale English (us)
Remote IP [Redacted]

This is my local computer, but I’m not running anything that checks it
every minute. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can figure out what
is accessing this link? There are no scheduled tasks that are running (or
even entered) that would do this.

The user agent is a good place to start…

http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/44600/is-this-a-security-issue-at-the-remote-host-or-the-local-host

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebDAV

Is that folder shared over your network, by any chance?

– DennyOn Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 10:06:54 AM UTC-5, Phillip Vector wrote:

So about 6 months ago, I made a page on my local server that pulls up a
list of movies I had in a directory and displayed them as links (I was
working on a way to make the WiiU in my living room play movies)…

Fast forward… About a month ago, I started noticing a remote IP trying to
access (and succeeding) the local server and pulling it up. Thing is, my
WiiU is packed away since I moved and I can confirm that isn’t it.

It’s happening every minute and there is no port forwarding through port
80 to my machine.

When I pull up the logs, I get this.

User Agent: Microsoft-WebDAV-MiniRedir/6.1.7601
Lucee (Neo https://www.facebook.com/neo.cfm) Os FINAL 4.5.1.000 (CFML
Version 10,0,0,0)
Time Stamp Feb 17, 2016 6:58 AM
Time Zone America/Los_Angeles
Locale English (us)
Remote IP [Redacted]

This is my local computer, but I’m not running anything that checks it
every minute. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can figure out what
is accessing this link? There are no scheduled tasks that are running (or
even entered) that would do this.

Also…

How to disable WebDav in IIS7:
http://www.exactsoftware.com/docs/DocView.aspx?DocumentID={c288fa96-2eea-414f-843f-29a2a1531405}

HTH!

– Denny

It was shared. Now it isn’t and the connections continue.

I’m not using IIS, so I don’t think it’s WebDAV is doing it. I tried ending
Chrome, but that didn’t help.On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 11:10 AM, Denard Springle <@Denard_Springle wrote:

The user agent is a good place to start…

http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/44600/is-this-a-security-issue-at-the-remote-host-or-the-local-host

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebDAV

Is that folder shared over your network, by any chance?

– Denny

On Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 10:06:54 AM UTC-5, Phillip Vector wrote:

So about 6 months ago, I made a page on my local server that pulls up a
list of movies I had in a directory and displayed them as links (I was
working on a way to make the WiiU in my living room play movies)…

Fast forward… About a month ago, I started noticing a remote IP trying
to access (and succeeding) the local server and pulling it up. Thing is, my
WiiU is packed away since I moved and I can confirm that isn’t it.

It’s happening every minute and there is no port forwarding through port
80 to my machine.

When I pull up the logs, I get this.

User Agent: Microsoft-WebDAV-MiniRedir/6.1.7601
Lucee (Neo https://www.facebook.com/neo.cfm) Os FINAL 4.5.1.000 (CFML
Version 10,0,0,0)
Time Stamp Feb 17, 2016 6:58 AM
Time Zone America/Los_Angeles
Locale English (us)
Remote IP [Redacted]

This is my local computer, but I’m not running anything that checks it
every minute. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can figure out what
is accessing this link? There are no scheduled tasks that are running (or
even entered) that would do this.


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