'Somebody is scanning your computer'

Discussion in 'Backup and Security' started by Wallace, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. from my really old Seagate 5.6 firewall Security Log:

    'Somebody is scanning your computer.
    Your computer's TCP ports:
    73, 3128, 8008, and 7212 have been scanned from'

    via: http://www.robtex.com/
    "Sorry, we are currently missing dns information for
    It is blacklisted in nine lists.

    CNET 125.45.109 CNC Group CHINA169 Henan Province Network AS4837
    China CNC Group CHINA169 Henan Province Network AS4837
    China-Network-Communications-Group China Network Communications (CNC Group)"

    should I be flattered ? China is interested in Me ?
    or should I learn to code and - internet wise, nuke the m-fs
  2. Bob111


    forget about last line. couple of my friends are working in top IT firms. in networking specifically. their recommendation-never ever try to fight back. because when you do that-the real person,not some dummy bot, is going to sit down on other side and will literally destroy you.

    if you read my posts few years back-i always recommend you to cascade few routers and have few separate networks. one for trading,one for browsing,one for wireless. it's a bit complicated,but imo-well worth it
  3. Somebody daaance with meeeeeeee...
  4. GordonTheGekko

    GordonTheGekko Guest

    Why not fight them?:D
  5. yea. nuke them in my language means gone baby, gone

    actually the Chinese are like an invasion of bugs, surprising that no one has
    attacked already given how invasive they've been; called spying isn't it ?
    what's the CIA and Homeland Defence doing about it ?
  6. IP address:
    Host name: hn.kd.ny.adsl is from China(CN) in region Southern and Eastern Asia

    person: Wei Wang
    nic-hdl: WW444-AP
    e-mail: abuse@public.zz.ha.cn
    address: #55 San Quan Road, Zhengzhou, Henan Provice
    phone: +86-371-65952358
    fax-no: +86-371-65968952
    country: CN
    changed: chief@sina.com 20100305
    source: APNIC

    Try this test guys:


    Use the following to scan higher ports:


    Scanning a port does not mean the attacker gets control of the computer. The port must be open for that to happen.