Port scan attack

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  1. Stoned 89

    Stoned 89 Registered Member

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    Port scan attack from 31.7.59.144 What is it ? What should i do? thanks
     

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  2. m00nbl00d

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    Remove your IP address from the post and from the log (if it's there). ;)
     
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    Sorry im not veryin to this. what shoud i do now?
     
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    Port scanning is normal.

    But, to make sure all your ports are closed, run this test https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2

    They should either be all stealth or closed. Don't worry if you see some closed and others stealth.

    Be worried if you see any mentions to open ports.
     
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    No its not my provider im in Masedonia this is in Switzerland ??
     
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    And im sure my ports are closed. i run that test. What now?
     
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    i think ip 31.7.59.144 is from http://www.ripe.net/.. Ok thank you guys very very much :) Have i nice day :)
     
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