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  1. Hey all, I have a Arris TG3482G Router from Comcast (I know, awful) connected to an gigabit ethernet port (TP Link TL-SG105) that connects to my PC and various gaming devices (PS4, Raspberry Pi, XBOX360). I recently went into my router's settings, and noticed a completely different SSID/Password than the one I setup as well as a ton of unauthorized devices. I went onto a separate computer (NOT on my network, that has never touched my network) and changed all my passwords on my ISP's site just to be sure. Then, I was able to get in there, change the WiFi name/password through
  2. Hello, I recently had a pop-up appear while browsing that requested my login credentials to my browser (192.168.xxx). The curious thing is that the pop-up was a carbon copy of my router's administrator login page, right down to the make and model number and color scheme. Everything was the same, except for the site address, which belonged to "pix1.payswithservers", and was attached with "Main_Login.asp" at the end (I use an Asus router). Googling this did not yield many results. I ran multiple AVs including Malwarebytes, all of which came back negative. My router firmware has
  3. Recently moved, got setup with fibre broadband in January. Was given an older model, two months went by fine then the internet connection on both laptops in my house began randomly dropping throughout the day. ISP said there's nothing causing it on their end and it might be a problem with the modem, so they replaced it with a newer model. One laptops Wi-Fi problem was now fixed, but the other laptop (Acer Aspire E5-571, Windows 10, other details attached in pictures below) is still occasionally dropping internet connection. I believe it is the laptop that is causing the
  4. Hey everyone, I am scratching my head with an issue that sure seems like malware or a virus but I have been unable to root it out. My two big issues are connecting to secure sites and weird logs from my router. Virus and Malware scans are coming up clean however Hijack this has a number of entries I am unure about; several of them say file missing and I do not know if I am safe to have HijackThis clean them. There are also a couple of Winsock entries that look odd (red font in the log). The main symptom is network connectivity - my overall connection seems sluggish. Not only that, any HT
  5. Please pardon that I have written out this detailed question. I hope I have picked the proper forum. First the basic story and context: Win Xp Sp3, Comodo Internet Security 8.xx, ATT Uverse, 2Wire 3800hgv-b gateway It is extremely rare that I get malware, however, Thursday I had a unique, never happened before intrusion. As I installed and launched Hard Drive Inspector Pro, an offering from Giveawayoftheday.com, who I've used for years with no problem, every device connected to my gateway was attacked at the same time. Comodo Internet Security Popped up alerts on three Windows systems, on
  6. Hello, Good Day. As the title says, my router-modem (Cisco DCP 2320) disconnects then reconnects itself every time someone tries to connect through Wifi, but if I turn off my access point, and connect only my Desktop Computer through a line, it seems fine. Tried changing channels but the problem still persist, the router was new and was only installed today, it was working fine early in the day but got the problems around evening time... Thanks..
  7. I need some help to figure out what's going on with my computer. I keep losing internet connection. I work in a network with 5 computers more and my computer is the only one in which internet doesn't work. The router works fine, my phone is internet based and works fine, so I believe there is something wrong with my computer . The troubleshooting is not able to detect any internet problem. Finally I restored the system two days ago and now internet works perfectly. Can anyone give me a hand with this problem? Thanks!
  8. Thanks for a moment of your time. I am in desperate need of your help. Desperate because my computer, a 64 bit Windows Home Premium OS, HP Pavillion has been made a client machine on an unknown network admin's domain. I have done a couple years worth of investigation...learning a lot as I proceed. And I have narrowed the Hack to the exploitation of my WIRED router-in this case a Netgear WNR1000v2, but the brand is irrelevant-using a script I found that contains a reference to a program called Dnsmasq and something called MICROSOFT WINDOWS RALLY PROGRAM among others which I will inclu
  9. Hello I know your all busy so I'll keep this as short and as easy to read as possible. I have a rootkit that's been here for a while. I've been keylogged, monitored, lost admin rights had the bsod so I physically replaced the ram, wiped my hdd several times, gone into bios and flashed from there antivirus has stopped before finish, reads infection as clean and can't update, new anti virus doesn't pick up anything, virus is written to mbr windows can't pick up, worms itself through drivers and replaced gfx card, I have a tv and stb that I can't connect yet to the Internet because when I purchas
  10. So, a few days ago I started receiving email notifications from my router letting me know about security alerts. I'm including recent logs from my router. 2012-07-18 14:03:46.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,137 Destination:192.168.0.255,137 2012-07-18 14:03:47.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,1900 Destination:239.255.255.250,1900 2012-07-18 14:03:48.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,138 Destination:192.168.0.255,138 2012-07-18 14:03:48.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,50980 Destination:239.255.255.250,1900 2012-07-18 14:03:48.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192
  11. So, a few days ago I started receiving email notifications from my router letting me know about security alerts. I'm including recent logs from my router. 2012-07-18 14:03:46.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,137 Destination:192.168.0.255,137 2012-07-18 14:03:47.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,1900 Destination:239.255.255.250,1900 2012-07-18 14:03:48.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,138 Destination:192.168.0.255,138 2012-07-18 14:03:48.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192.168.0.12,50980 Destination:239.255.255.250,1900 2012-07-18 14:03:48.00 [DOS] UDP Packet - Source:192
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