Help, the SMURFS are Attacking NEPAL!

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by herojig, Mar 1, 2006.

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  1. herojig

    herojig Registered Member

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    Lord, what next? look at this report from dlink status and tell me what to do, please! my isp thinks it's me, and i think it's them. i am PPOE without a modem, just a straight connect out of the dlink 604 router to their servers, with a small lan behind the router (4 XP PRO SP2 machines). These SMURFs are slowing my broadband down to 1 or 2 kbs. driving me nuts

    Could it be be caused by having two routers on the same subnet named 192.168.0.1 (I read that) but i only have one... so is this a trojan on my end?!? i think not, i've scanned the machines on my lan to death.

    But i did notice a strange thing about one desktop, network diagnostics (ms help) thinks there are two network adapters running, but i only see one when logged in. How could that be it? Here is just one page of thousands:

    Mar/01/2006 09:24:58 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:24:46 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:24:40 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:24:37 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:24:22 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:23:58 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:23:46 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:23:40 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped
    Mar/01/2006 09:23:37 Smurf Attack Detect Packet Dropped

    Namaste from Nepal all!!!
    jigs
     
  2. nadirah

    nadirah Registered Member

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