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Norton Internet Worm Protection Has Detected And Blocked An Intrusion Attempt.


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#1 Eltron

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Posted 10 April 2006 - 10:16 PM

Here are the details:

Norton Internet Worm Protection has detected and blocked an intrusion attempt.

Intrusion : Portscan.
Intruder : 192.168.0.1(domain(53)).
Risk level : medium
Protocol : UDP
Attacked IP : USER-COMPUTER(192.168.0.100)
Attacked port : 1170

When I received this alert, Norton (I think) blocks all communication. The only remedy that I have found is to turn off the computer and restart!

I know that when I receive this notice at another client's computer. I discovered that the Internet Worm Protection | Autoblock rules were not turned on.

In this case Internet Worm Protection | Autoblock rules are turned on. I have done several searches and I have found anything really interesting. Any assistance is greatly appreciated!

The computer in question is using XP SP2 with a D-Link router DI-604

Thanks!

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#2 Klinkaroo

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Posted 11 April 2006 - 03:31 PM

Well what it looks like is that something on your network is trying to acess your computer...

I am not a network expert here but just a guess from what I see there...

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Posted 12 April 2006 - 12:06 AM

Well what it looks like is that something on your network is trying to acess your computer...

I am not a network expert here but just a guess from what I see there...



Thanks Klinkaroo for replying! :thumbsup:

Yep! For some reason Norton thinks that the router is the bad guy! Strange very strange!

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Posted 12 April 2006 - 07:30 AM

Maybe you can try borrowing one from a friend or something and see if that changes anything.




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