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modem logs indicate date reset to 01-01-2000 during a time network was down


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#1 drcrpsych

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Posted 06 August 2015 - 03:43 AM

I have had a multitude of problems with my network over the years and have been unable to identify what and why the network regularly resets itself, goes down, does not allow acces etc. etc.

Today I managed to download a bunch of router logs some of which indicate a change of date and associated activity as follows:-

 

Debug Log

2015-8-6 16:22:48 User Level Notice web 1 HuaweiATP User admin login from 192.168.1.5 successfully.

2000-1-1 15:0:28 Daemon Notice wan 1 HuaweiATP WAN connection INTERNET_R_8_35:IPv4 connected.

2000-1-1 15:0:26 Daemon Notice wan 1 HuaweiATP WAN connection Other_B_0_35:IPv4 connected.

2000-1-1 15:0:25 Daemon Notice xdsl 1 HuaweiATP DSL connection is active.

2000-1-1 15:0:3 Daemon Notice xdsl 1 HuaweiATP DSL connection is disactive.

2000-1-1 15:0:0 firewall Warning  0 HuaweiATP Detect UDP port scan attack, scan packet from 127.0.0.1.

2015-7-30 3:19:43 User Level Notice log 1 HuaweiATP Update the log configuration.

 

Informational Log

2015-8-6 16:22:48 User Level Notice web 1 HuaweiATP User admin login from 192.168.1.5 successfully.

2000-1-1 15:0:28 Daemon Notice wan 1 HuaweiATP WAN connection INTERNET_R_8_35:IPv4 connected.

2000-1-1 15:0:26 Daemon Notice wan 1 HuaweiATP WAN connection Other_B_0_35:IPv4 connected.

2000-1-1 15:0:25 Daemon Notice xdsl 1 HuaweiATP DSL connection is active.

2000-1-1 15:0:3 Daemon Notice xdsl 1 HuaweiATP DSL connection is disactive.

2000-1-1 15:0:0 firewall Warning  0 HuaweiATP Detect UDP port scan attack, scan packet from 127.0.0.1.

2015-7-30 3:19:43 User Level Notice log 1 HuaweiATP Update the log configuration.

 

Warning Log

2000-1-1 15:0:0 firewall Warning  0 HuaweiATP Detect UDP port scan attack, scan packet from 127.0.0.1.

2015-7-29 23:22:17 firewall Warning  0 HuaweiATP Intrusion -> SRC=61.183.128.6 DST=27.33.160.186 LEN=40 TOS=0x00 PREC=0x00 TTL=241 ID=62608 PROTO=TCP SPT=47249 DPT=8118 WINDOW=1024 RES=0x00 SYNURGP=0

 

I researched the last bit of information and found a similar post on this forum at this link-

 

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/495315/am-i-infected-or-get-my-connection-get-hacked/

 

I am hopeful that someone can help me figure out whether I am being hacked and if so how to lock down any network deficiencies so that I can use it as I can when using other networks not linked to my home or router.

 

I will be most grateful of any assistance.

Chris

 



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