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Symantecs Intrusion Detected Warnings


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#1 MasterNe0

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Posted 26 February 2018 - 12:55 PM

We have a Windows 7 home edition desktop on our network with Symantecs Cloud Installed that keeps getting at least once a day the following and I am trying to resolve whether the machine infected or something. Full Scan/quick scans didn't find anything.

 

Attacker Port changes but destination stays at 445 as if the machine keeps targeting itself.



OS Attack: Microsoft SMB MS17-010 Disclosure Attempt
Risk Level | High
Attacker Computer
    PCNAME (192.168.2.199:63898)
Destination Computer
    PCNAME (192.168.2.199:445)
Protocol
    TCP
Attack Signature
    N/A
Attack URL
    N/A
Targeted Application
    N/A
Status
    Blocked
Action
    No Action Required
Date & Time
    2/26/2018 9:22 AM


Edited by MasterNe0, 26 February 2018 - 12:57 PM.


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Posted 28 February 2018 - 09:09 AM

I think I fixed it after looking more over the machine and discovered a old AV installed that might have been conflicting with symantecs.






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