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I'm getting the RDP port blocked in my alerts. I don't quite understand how that could be occuring, because I have a separate firewall on my network gateway that does not let RDP 3389 through. How could this be blocking random IP addresses if they shouldn't be able to get to the computer? I see its showing svchost.exe as the program, so could this be something internal to my network? Trying to understand the source of the blocked ip, which is in fact an external ip address. Thanks, Brian
Last week our network was hacked into by an unknown party. Our firewall was open for remote connections to allow a firm that is performing major upgrades to our Microsoft Dynamics ERP software. Prior to this project, I set up a VPN connection on our Sonicwall firewall device and both myself and the local office of the firm doing the upgrades were able to log in successfully. However, the firm doing the upgrades has a team doing much of the work from India. The folks in India insisted they were unable to connect via the VPN and had to use a much less secure route. Yes, this should have bee
An intruder gained access to my PC through remote desktop, disabled malwarebytes, then password protected malwarebytes so that I cannot re-enable the program now. I have since closed the ports on my firewall, turned off rdp, reset my password, run over 10 complete virus scans using several different scanning engines. I have removed the user profiles that he created and deleted the user account folders that he created. I have uninstalled malwarebytes and removed all registry keys and folders relating to malwarebytes. After re-installing malwarebytes, I cannot access any functionality in the p