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    whats this mean

    This is a discussion on whats this mean within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; ok can someone tell me what this means from the router log thanks Wed, 2006-10-18 22:56:22 - Administrator login successful ...

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      whats this mean

      ok can someone tell me what this means from the router log

      thanks
      Wed, 2006-10-18 22:56:22 - Administrator login successful - IP:192.168.0.
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      It means you logged into the router on Wed, 2006-10-18 @ 22:56:22

      Mine does it all the time - if you open another browser as well and do the same ie log into the router, it should tell you that someone is logged in already and decline you access.




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      thanks for that the problem i have is there wasnt anyone in the house at
      the time to login to the router
      that mean someone else can?

      also if i open another browser to login it will not decline me access to the second browser
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      Any router-monitoring software like RouterStats running?
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      no it wasnt also if log into the router my login is not on the router log file
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      The timestamp used in the log file is only accurate if the router has previously synced with a time server.

      If you power off or reset the router then this time information may be lost and the logs will show the wrong time.

      The router will automatically resync with a time server at some point and does this periodically.

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      Exclamation Security Alert?

      Received this message from router, does it mean someone is try to hack into my computer. Have received many over the last few days, and appear to have a virus, but can't find it yet.
      'Security Alert
      UDP packet- source 210.85.196.41,4554
      Destination-90.194.124.***,135[dos]'
      Have tried to trace but get message 'untraceable'
      Last edited by Dave37; 20-10-06 at 01:06 AM.

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      Maybe but I doubt it. In any event your router firewall stopped it which is what it is meant to do. Don't worry about it.

      Why do you think you have a virus? Is there something else strange going on?

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      Question Security Alert

      Yes, other things are going on, my firewall and antivirus keep shutting down all the time, while I'm using the computer. 2 members of my family have had 'bat/ftp downloader' on there computer. I thought they must have passed it on to me, but nothing shows. Also HP scanner icon doesn't work, there web site said that scanner not working indicates a possible virus.

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      Ah - if something is shutting down your firewall and scanner then you have something nasty!

      In circumstances like that I'd strongly recommend using an online scanner. I think the two best ones are:

      http://www.pandasoftware.com/products/activescan.htm

      http://support.f-secure.com/enu/home/ols.shtml

      With my preference being f-secure as this scanner will also detect rootkits which almost no other antivirus can detect.

      In fact I'd go so far to say that if neither of these can find anything then you can assume you are completely clean. I've recommended these in the past and people have found viruses that frankly inferior products like Norton and McAfee miss.

      One last point - don't forget that you may also have other non virus malware on your system. Here I'd recommend Ewido 4.0 (free) though now they've been acquired by AVG this may take some tracking down. If you can't find Ewido then try Ad-Aware

      If you do find something on your system then maybe it's time to dump your old products and get something better?

      EDIT: Ewido 4 can be found here: http://www.softpedia.com/progDownloa...oad-22503.html though the new AVG version appears to have the same features: http://www.ewido.net/en/
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