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Netgear router is not logging websites


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Kristin25

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Hi
I have a Netgear Genie router.. I believe my password was given to my neighbors by my landlord. I immediately changed the wifi password. Is there any way to view website logs to confirm this? I did not check the attached devices before changing... did not know that option was there until afterwards. I am not sure what to do. I need to know if they have been on my connection or not.

Can anyone tell my why my router logs are just showing dos attacks and logins... but not the websites visted?

Here are a log of the DoS attacks.. can anyone confirm someone else was accessing either my wifi connection or my router config? Sorry if I posted this in the wrong spot. This is my first post. Any help/advice on what to do now would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.


[DHCP IP: 192.168.1.3] to MAC address 00:15:af:ef:f3:xx, Wednesday, October 16, 2013 03:25:15

[DoS Attack: RST Scan] from source: 96.56.219.170, port 22763, Tuesday, October 15, 2013 22:37:18
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 94.102.63.27, port 60064, Tuesday, October 15, 2013 22:07:11
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 94.102.49.25, port 34160, Monday, October 14, 2013 18:39:25
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 89.248.171.103, port 36830, Monday, October 14, 2013 17:01:42
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 142.0.41.10, port 35961, Monday, October 14, 2013 14:40:19
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 93.174.93.178, port 43350, Monday, October 14, 2013 08:58:08
[DoS Attack: WinNuke Attack] from source: 125.210.224.141, port 0, Sunday, October 13, 2013 22:46:06
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 93.174.93.178, port 39896, Sunday, October 13, 2013 15:47:10
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 89.248.171.103, port 34880, Sunday, October 13, 2013 14:20:48
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 142.0.41.10, port 49817, Sunday, October 13, 2013 14:07:57
[DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 89.39.13.106, port 8085, Sunday, October 13, 2013 12:17:16
[DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 89.39.13.106, port 8085, Sunday, October 13, 2013 11:51:15
[DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 89.39.13.106, port 8085, Sunday, October 13, 2013 08:04:22
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 94.102.51.117, port 50863, Sunday, October 13, 2013 07:58:24
[DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 89.39.13.106, port 8085, Sunday, October 13, 2013 03:48:31
[DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 89.39.13.106, port 8085, Sunday, October 13, 2013 01:25:20
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 192.3.170.134, port 45447, Sunday, October 13, 2013 01:17:38
[DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 89.39.13.106, port 8085, Sunday, October 13, 2013 00:15:41
[DoS Attack: TCP/UDP Chargen] from source: 80.82.65.186, port 39227, Saturday, October 12, 2013 23:42:16
[DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 89.39.13.106, port 8085, Saturday, October 12, 2013 23:08:03

Edited by Kristin25, 16 October 2013 - 03:48 PM.

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Troy

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Hello,

When did you change the password and has there been any log entries since then?

Also, check the attached devices list like you mentioned. It will show any devices connected. Also most modems should allow you to deny access to devices by MAC address, so you can check the MAC addresses of your own devices and add them to the whitelist, and select the others to be blocked.

Cheers
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Thanks for replying Troy.

I have now changed wifi password was done the night before I posted the op. Then yesterday I changed the router password. As long as I know there is no other way they can sneak in here and gain access to my files and pc I will feel safe. I just do not trust my landlord and have been rigging my door to see if anyone is coming in. I put a small rolled up peice of paper in between the door and frame when leaving for work when i got back it was on the floor in front of my door, What the...!!!??? Also put down a bunch of flour on the floor to see if any footprints would be tracked. but none unless they stepped over it. I just have a feeling they are coming in here and looking around. My next step is setting up my nikon camera to surveil the apt but it doesn't run that long. Need a spycam I want to prove that I am not losing my mind here.


Anyway, I want to make sure there is no other way they can gain access to my pc. I don't know too much about all this stuff but I briefly read about a back door... which just caused me to panic a bit but I don't know if he is all that smart or would have the time or intelligence.

What's awfully funny and ignorant of my 'nice' neighbors is they have now added a wireless network and changed the ssid to myname wireless. A##holes. I did a printscreen and saved it. I cannot wait to move out of this retarded trashy place. Thanks for listening and if you have any other advice on how to make sure my pc is secure let me know.
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Wow I would get out of there quick smart also. If your landlord has keys to your place and is sneaking around... yikes. Make sure you have secure passwords on all user accounts on the PC and make sure the Guest account is disabled.

Also all of the usual information here, make sure antivirus is installed and up-to-date, ensure firewall is configured correctly, ensure no remote access tools are installed and RDP is disabled. If you have to stay there, I would definitely put up a cheap camera surveillance system - who knows what else they may be snooping in, not just your PC. Otherwise get out pronto and find somewhere a little more "desirable" to live... Sometimes easier said than done, I sure can appreciate though.

Cheers
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