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I have for the last few days been seeing blocked ip addresses that are from china. I can not tell if they are false positives but am sending the security breaches to the address listed on whois for the ip addresses that tried to breach me. here is one of the email msg:

The following ip address attempted hacking my computer today

14:27:45 STU IP-BLOCK 125.65.112.161

Main Content

IP Information for 125.65.112.161IP Location:

China Beijing Sc-my-sjdf-ltd

IP Address:

125.65.112.161

Blacklist Status:

Clear

inetnum: 125.65.112.0 - 125.65.112.255

netname: SC-MY-SJDF-LTD

descr: SC-MY-SJDF-LTD

descr: Sichuan China

country: CN

admin-c: CS408-AP

tech-c: CS408-AP

status: ASSIGNED NON-PORTABLE

mnt-by: MAINT-CHINANET-SC

changed: 20070425

source: APNIC

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If possible, please have your computer checked for infection.

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If possible, please have your computer checked for infection.

i have run several programs including norton NIS and there appears to be no infection. is it possible that these chinese addresses are trying to hack my computer

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It's certainly possible, yes.

Are you by chance, running any P2P software?

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Hi MysteryFCM -

I have noted quite a few blocked Chinese IP questions in Malware area, as I traced them back to their base -

Usually I tell them to stay well away -

Regards :P

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Yep, but it's good to know whether it's P2P based, malware based or otherwise :P

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Yep, but it's good to know whether it's P2P based, malware based or otherwise :P

Agree 100% - P2P from China can be deadly -

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It's certainly possible, yes.

Are you by chance, running any P2P software?

I use Bearshare that I pay a subscription price for each month to download music. they inform me that they are infection free.

the only music that I download is from their site perhaps not users. i don't allow anyone access my files and dont share music with anyone.

how would I check if the chinese are getting my login at bearshare?

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BearShare is amongst the worst P2P programs you can use if you want to stay away from infections and whatnot :lol: (I highly recommend you get rid of it)

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BearShare is amongst the worst P2P programs you can use if you want to stay away from infections and whatnot :) (I highly recommend you get rid of it)

has anyone else reported problems with Bearshare that you know of.

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On this forum? not that I've seen. Friends and family have though, and I've looked at it myself pver the years (last time was well over 12 months though)

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