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Repeated Attempt to Scan or Hack My Computer!!

Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by Labrat, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. Labrat

    Labrat Regular member

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    I like using Afterdawn's forums, because is has some very useful information an I like to help people if I can. But Some people here are trying to access my computer quite
    often. I know who you are and It would be nice if you would stop. If not I will be leaving afterdawn.

    Just some examples.

    A computer at puuhamaa.afterdawn.net has attempted an unsolicited connection to TCP port 2001

    A computer at touhumaa.afterdawn.net has attempted an unsolicited connection to TCP port 2003 on your computer.
     
  2. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Before you even think it mate, Afterdawn arent trying to hack your computer! Just your firewall seriously over reacting!
     
  3. Labrat

    Labrat Regular member

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    I would rather be safe than sorry. You know how much stuff is going on right now with all sorts of agencys and groups trying to gain access to everyones computer, I not saying I have things to hide, which I don't. I just would like to keep my privacy Private.. Call me overprotective but I can't see a reason afterdawn would want to gain access, would You??
     
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    Well dRD read this thread and has absolutely no idea how that could possibly happen!_X_X_X_X_X_[small]Come Say Hi on IRC!!! Server: irc.emule-project.net channel: #ad_buddies
    James![/small]
     
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