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Checking port range sources on Cisco ASA 5500

One of my remote users got a nasty trojan that apparently spammed and got us listed on a spam RBL.  I know exactly which trojans are the problem, and am working on cleaning this client up, but I want to make sure none of my other clients are also infected.  Here's the description of it:

ZeuSv3 takes advantage of P2P techniques by communicating with other nodes (=infected computers) on high ports (UDP and TCP).

To find an infected computer on a NATted network you will have to search through your firewall logs for connections from/to UDP port 11245. However, any process or host sending/receiving large numbers of UDP or TCP packets on high ports (10,000 and higher) should be looked at closely.

This is exactly what I want to do.  I want to check/monitor logs for any other clients on my network tx/rx large numbers on these ports that may be infected.  What is the best way to do this in my Cisco ASA 5500?  I am somewhat familiar with cios but not sure how to do this. Thank you!

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