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Enko



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Enko
Two of the offenders connects sharing the "C" drive with posibility of modfying files. ^^
Post 28 Aug 2011, 08:12
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*Then* use your imagination...

hack into their machine. I would do that Very Happy I would destroy every file and folder I could have access to. Or even put a bot on it for lulz or a form grabber trojan horse to steal all their passwords and show them the dangers of connecting to someones Wi-Fi illegally. sounds fun he Very Happy
Post 28 Aug 2011, 11:40
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Enko



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Hello again, here goes the update.

He downloaded airsnair to check what connections are being made to the his lan interface with the router wifi turnded off, and suprisedly he found about 15,20 connections of diferents mac (where his network is composed of 2 pc)

As it seems, the system is compromised. But strangly, he pluged back the original adsl routed modem and there are only two connections.


So, is it possible that the router itself is being compromised by somhow a ddos attack or somthing like that?

the router is tp link with wan interface, reseted and firmware updated 10 hours ago. UPNP disabled.
Post 28 Aug 2011, 17:48
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Enko



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Here is the screenshot.
new tplink router, wifi radio turned of. conected only 1 computer with lan interface.

http://i53.tinypic.com/2vc7sc1.png



With the old modem in routed mode, same scan report only 2 connections, the router and pc itself.


so if I understand correctly, the problem is a compromised router and not the sytem? The OS is WinXp sp3 in this case.
(The "compromised" router had been reseted, firmware updated and upnp dispabled)
Post 28 Aug 2011, 18:01
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