On this day even though I could ping my mail servers I couldn't get out so I checked my logs on our private access point for traffic in our private home network.
It begins with someone at 10.20.58.102 using traffic on port 6646
(Picture of incoming and outgoing logs)
( Picture of results from Geo-bytes Showing IP address of intruder from Tobyhanna, Pa)
Tobyhanna Army Depot (cache), a major element of the Communications-Electronics Command ... effectively share information about Tobyhanna Army Depot, its history, missions
Tobyhanna Army Depot, Mission, Tobyhanna, PA
A cached copy of article
Exchanges With Democrats Take Campaign-Style Tone
By Linton Weeks and Peter Baker
Washington Post Staff Writers
Saturday, November 12, 2005; Page A01
TOBYHANNA, Pa., Nov. 11 — President Bush and leading congressional Democrats lobbed angry charges at each other Friday in an increasingly personal battle over the origins of the Iraq war.
Bush's speech at an Army depot here was intended to address that and turn the tables. Some critics, he complained, "are now claiming we manipulated the intelligence and misled the American people about why we went to war."
The president said that "it's legitimate to criticize my decision or the conduct of the war" but added that "the stakes in the global war on terror are too high and the national interest is too important for politicians to throw out false charges." He said the troops in Iraq deserve to know "that their elected leaders who voted to send them to war continue to stand behind them."
Taking aim at Kerry, who recently announced his support for a phased withdrawal of troops from Iraq, Bush quoted the senator's statement in voting in 2002 for a congressional resolution authorizing the use of force against Saddam Hussein. At the time, Bush noted, Kerry said that "a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his hands is a threat and a grave threat to our country." Bush added that other Democrats "who had access to the same intelligence" voted for the resolution.
Kerry later fired back. "This administration misled a nation into war by cherry-picking intelligence and stretching the truth beyond recognition," he said. "That's why Scooter Libby has been indicted."
Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) said Bush had "resorted to his old playbook of discredited rhetoric" and was "attacking those patriotic Americans who have raised serious questions about the case the Bush administration made to take our country to war."