Hardware firewall: weird entries

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by sir_carew, Aug 2, 2008.

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  1. sir_carew

    sir_carew Registered Member

    Sep 2, 2003
    Santiago, Chile
    I've a D-Link DI-524 router with firewall. I've all firewall settings enabled like DoS protection, discargd ping, etc.
    I use P2P programs like Utorrent, Ares, Shareaza and Soulseek. All are correctly configured to open ports only when are open. Both, ESS and router firewall are configured to do so.
    Today I was looking at the log and I found a weird record:

    [SIZE=-1]Thursday July 31, 2008 21:33:30 ADPM ep 35374 ipa 115 ip 35374 UNo64

    Thursday July 31, 2008 21:33:30 DPM ep 35374

    What these entries mean?

    Also, I see it record many DoS or "hack" attacks. Are these "really" attacks or are malware/false positive like the software firewall tend to show?

    [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]Thursday July 31, 2008 21:13:36 Dos Attack type : Teardrop!!
    Saturday August 02, 2008 18:51:43 Unrecognized attempt blocked from to UDP:60119[/SIZE]
    Saturday August 02, 2008 19:03:58 Dos Attack type : Syn flood!![/SIZE]
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