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Poll Results: Have you ever been attacked remotely by a hacker?

 
  • 9% (6)
    Yes
  • 90% (58)
    No
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post #31 of 35
I've never noticed any hacks on my system, nothing out of place, so if a hacker has gotten me, then that hacker was damn good.
post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by Boris4ka View Post
Some certain groups of people have tried to hack my computer before but failed. So no, thankfully I haven't been hacked.
How do you know if the damage hasn't been done? I mean, in MOST cases, you know by the damage done. Did you have some kind of monitor or log that said someone had tried to attack?

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Originally Posted by Lurikrunch View Post
No one has ever successfully managed to hack me, but someone did attempt to WinNuke me a long time ago, but my awesome blockage of port 139 defeated them instantly.
I recognize that port... That's either a printing or workgroup file sharing port.
post #33 of 35
I'm not entirely sure what the purpose of the port (139) was, but a WinNuke exploited a flaw on that port with windows 95. A WinNuke would send out of band TCP requests to that port that contained an urgency header, the urgency header told the computer to process the request immediatly, resulting in an immediate blue screen of death. I had blocked all incoming connections on port 139, WinNuking was quite popular back in the day, especially in IRC conflicts.
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How do you know if the damage hasn't been done? I mean, in MOST cases, you know by the damage done. Did you have some kind of monitor or log that said someone had tried to attack?
I don't exactly remember the details, it was around 3-4 years ago. But yea I remember looking at some logs.. And no damage was done, I would have known by now if they got my passwords through cookies or something.
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post #35 of 35
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It is some one looking to see what ports you have open. They can they try to configure an attack based upon that info.

Also, it is a personal attack, they are effectively trying to get my personal data (port config.) thus breaching my right to privacy.
those random attacks blocked by his zone alarm are not personal, their scanners looking for vulnerable machines, open proxies, open mail servers, whatever they need, by connecting to internet your building a house, a house can be seen, and you get telemarketers, your gonna get scanned sooner or later, depends how fast they get to your ip range
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