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#1 chewybacon

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Posted 13 October 2011 - 03:15 PM

Hi - posting this on behalf of my boyfriend who can't get on the internet except for Skype and occasionally facebook 80% of the time. Skype always works, most webpages don't and this has been happening for a while now. I'm acting as the messenger here so i'm sorry for anything I don't know. ;P
He checked his firewall log and found:
Firewall Log
10/13/2011 19:46:52 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 25278 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 19:27:20 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 12812 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 19:10:24 **UDP Flood to Host** 194.80.33.153, 55310->> 192.168.2.4, 32732 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:58:02 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 50068 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:43:44 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 33110 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:37:02 **UDP Flood Stop** (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:37:00 **UDP flood** 217.170.124.108, 13102->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:58 **UDP flood** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 99.48.254.105, 21523 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:58 **UDP flood** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 77.22.248.87, 53108 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:57 **UDP flood** 62.213.32.186, 10106->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:53 **UDP flood** 86.31.175.208, 13283->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:51 **UDP flood** 79.120.49.50, 41937->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:51 **UDP flood** 113.232.193.181, 16001->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:50 **UDP flood** 194.168.8.100, 53->> 192.168.2.4, 32732 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:50 **UDP flood** 194.168.4.100, 53->> 192.168.2.4, 32732 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:50 **UDP flood** 82.26.220.146, 32768->> 194.168.8.100, 53 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:50 **UDP flood** 82.26.220.146, 32768->> 194.168.4.100, 53 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:46 **UDP flood** 65.95.27.65, 60636->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:46 **UDP flood** 95.84.139.95, 15701->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:46 **UDP flood** 178.95.253.88, 21114->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:46 **UDP flood** 117.204.89.94, 14577->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:42 **UDP flood** 68.195.130.189, 44074->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:41 **UDP flood** 192.168.2.4, 61066->> 82.66.150.167, 51413 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:41 **UDP flood** 194.168.8.100, 53->> 192.168.2.4, 32732 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:41 **UDP flood** 194.168.4.100, 53->> 192.168.2.4, 32732 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:41 **UDP flood** 82.26.220.146, 32768->> 194.168.8.100, 53 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:41 **UDP flood** 82.26.220.146, 32768->> 194.168.4.100, 53 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:41 **UDP flood** 192.168.2.4, 61066->> 142.163.156.94, 31061 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:41 **UDP flood** 192.168.2.4, 61066->> 95.58.113.209, 60604 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:40 **UDP flood** 189.55.48.166, 30711->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:39 **UDP flood** 83.149.17.50, 54966->> 192.168.2.4, 61066 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 18:36:39 **UDP flood** 192.168.2.4, 61066->> 117.254.87.203, 38152 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:23:32 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 24320 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 18:10:59 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 6418 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 17:58:25 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 63758 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 17:45:56 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 47309 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 17:33:35 **UDP Flood to Host** 194.80.33.153, 39237->> 192.168.2.4, 32732 (from ATM1 Inbound)
10/13/2011 17:20:47 **UDP Flood to Host** 192.168.2.4, 32732->> 194.80.33.153, 30768 (from ATM1 Outbound)
10/13/2011 17:07:57 **UDP Flood to Host** 194.80.33.153, 14978->> 192.168.2.4, 32732 (from ATM1 Inbound)

and after research we concluded this was a UDP flood attack..

He runs a Mac and Macbook, both with os 10.7 and his parents run from the same router with Windows, his parents can only get on the internet when both his macbook and mac are off, otherwise they have the same problems.

Happy to resolve this in any way, all suggestions welcome, thanks in advance!

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Posted 13 October 2011 - 09:45 PM

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Posted 16 October 2011 - 10:28 AM

Hi chewybacon,

He runs a Mac and Macbook, both with os 10.7

This site wont help you much, its all Windows platform here.

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Posted 17 October 2011 - 08:46 AM

This site wont help you much, its all Windows platform here.


I disagree with that statement. There are plenty of people who can help with mac problems.

Regardless, what firewall are you using?

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Posted 17 October 2011 - 06:24 PM

There are plenty of people who can help with mac problems.]

On second thought there probably are MAC users here.

Do you have any p2p clients running or on line gaming going on?

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