I had teleported to another grid, and shortly crashed to desktop after using the available hypergate to teleport to another grid (to craft world).
I took a look at the console and found this:
22:16:13 - [HELO]: hi, GET was called
22:20:08 - [HOME AGENT HANDLER]: Unauthorized machine 220.127.116.11 tried to set client ip to 18.104.22.168
which I think was the machine of the prior region before going to craft world. Can't think of where I had any CTD's when going to Craft World before.
Well, after arriving at Craft World the console shows three entries for user agent service login, verification to the new grid. Then this line ..
22:20:10 - [WEB UTIL]: osd request <5> <URI:http://craft-world.org:8002/foreignagent/ (agent uuid)/, METHOD:POST> took 2043ms overall, 982ms writing (That's a very long time!)
Three more logged lines of user agent service appearned normal with a result of "True".
Then I see these next two lines just before I crashed:
22:20:12 - [HELO]: hi, GET was called
22:20:18 - [HELO]: hi, GET was called
Next line shows I logged out (but my Imprudence viewer crashed to desktop)
Next line shows I'm offline ...
What's got me puzzled is I've noticed that same entry numerous times just before a crash event and it's always connected with a hypergrid jump to other grids. The thing is, I don't see this entry every time I visit different grids, so it seems uncommon and it's enough to cause my viewer to scram as if it was dealing with a threat level or some type of attack. I've seen this king of "HELO" stuff in phishing scam and spam email details. But I also know it's a common occurence with some mass mailing programs anyway.
Apparently my viewer doesn't like it and BOOM .. off to desk top.
Any ideas what that's all about?