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Router problems or virus? (please help)


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Think slow man

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Please please help me. I have tried to port forward my Router (Linksys) and in doing so seem to have completely mucked it up. The internet will be lighting fast 1 minute then stop completely the next. Then start up again. I have only just finished building it but I did for about a week have no problems. My laptop is in the same network and has no problems. When I first did the port forwarding I got really good download speeds from utorrent. But now utorrent is telling me that I have no longer got an open port. I didn’t think that I had changed anything to affect this. My zone labs firewall seems to have had a lot of hits from what it calls high rated attacks. Has a virus slipped though the net?

If anyone could help me I would be very grateful.
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To be sure, please post your HijackThis logfile in our Malware section so that one of our malware specialists can analyze it for you.
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