Much like the mailbox on your street, people can mail you just about anything. What we see now is "alarmist" type reactions to firewalls and more. Put the mailbox nature of being on the internet and firewalls (and more) showing this and support is overwhelmed with such pleas.
Yes, it's an attack. But if you have a patched up OS, then it won't do a thing.
Can you stop it? No.
Hi, Can anybody please help me to decipher the following Log Message from the Router :
Destination:188.8.131.52,135,LAN [Drop] - [Inbound Default rule match]
Sat, 2004-06-05 22:01:20 - UDP packet - Source:184.108.40.206,1737,WAN - Destination:220.127.116.11,2167,LAN [Drop] - [Inbound Default rule match]
Sat, 2004-06-05 22:01:21 - UDP packet - Source:18.104.22.168,1141,WAN - Destination:22.214.171.124,2167,LAN [Drop] - [Inbound Default rule match]
Is this somesort of attack on my system? What can I do to protect my self.
Thanks in advance,