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Vodafone EasyBox 802: *UDP LOOP*???

Hallo,
seit einiger Zeit sehe ich in den Router-Logs meiner DSL-EasyBox ständig Warnungen vor UDP Loops. Was hat es damit auf sich? Handelt es sich um gezielte Angriffe gegen meinen DSL-Anschluss? Wie kommen die Angreifer an meine IP? DynDNS-Dienste sind nicht vorhanden...

Auszug aus dem Router-Log:
 

Zitat
09/15/2013  23:38:33 192.168.2.103 login success
09/15/2013  23:35:48 192.168.2.103 login success
09/15/2013  23:35:19 **UDP Loop** 89.248.162.242, 47544->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:35:11 **UDP Loop** 94.102.49.89, 39454->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:35:08 **UDP Loop** 94.102.49.30, 49186->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:35:04 **UDP Loop** 80.82.65.9, 54378->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:35:03 **UDP Loop** 89.248.168.210, 42863->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:35:00 **UDP Loop** 94.102.49.134, 41518->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:51 **UDP Loop** 89.248.160.155, 35821->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:49 **UDP Loop** 94.102.56.166, 52846->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:49 **UDP Loop** 80.82.70.98, 56783->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:49 **UDP Loop** 94.102.52.245, 32944->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:47 **UDP Loop** 80.82.64.21, 53138->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:46 **UDP Loop** 89.248.160.146, 40097->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:45 **UDP Loop** 94.102.49.26, 57562->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:35 **UDP Loop** 89.248.168.45, 39855->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:25 **UDP Loop** 142.0.45.40, 40100->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:34:18 **UDP Loop** 142.0.45.36, 42630->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  23:21:47 sending ACK to 192.168.2.103
09/15/2013  22:10:38 User from 192.168.2.103 timed out
09/15/2013  21:55:54 Wireless 08:37:3D:CF:BA:75 released
09/15/2013  21:10:02 192.168.2.103 login success
09/15/2013  20:40:39 sending ACK to 192.168.2.103
09/15/2013  20:36:35 sending ACK to 192.168.2.102
09/15/2013  18:06:47 sending ACK to 192.168.2.107
09/15/2013  17:41:04 NTP Date/Time updated.   
09/15/2013  17:40:17 Get system time from NTP server:193.175.73.151.
09/15/2013  16:57:27 Wireless 48:5D:60:B3:3E:FE released
09/15/2013  16:51:38 sending ACK to 192.168.2.106
09/15/2013  16:51:38 sending ACK to 192.168.2.106
09/15/2013  16:42:16 **UDP Loop** 94.102.52.241, 43806->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  16:30:34 sending ACK to 192.168.2.106
09/15/2013  16:30:29 sending ACK to 192.168.2.106
09/15/2013  16:29:09 sending ACK to 192.168.2.106
09/15/2013  16:07:53 sending ACK to 192.168.2.101
09/15/2013  16:07:53 sending OFFER to 192.168.2.101
09/15/2013  16:05:45 sending ACK to 192.168.2.104
09/15/2013  15:16:27 Wireless 08:37:3D:75:89:68 released
09/15/2013  15:05:27 Wireless 98:FE:94:41:81:32 released
09/15/2013  15:04:38 sending ACK to 192.168.2.103
09/15/2013  12:05:21 sending ACK to 192.168.2.107
09/15/2013  07:24:07 **UDP Loop** 80.82.64.177, 47194->> 88.65.XX.XXX, 19 (from PPPoE1 Inbound)
09/15/2013  05:51:16 sending ACK to 192.168.2.104
09/15/2013  05:45:42 sending ACK to 192.168.2.103
09/15/2013  05:45:03 sending ACK to 192.168.2.108
09/15/2013  05:45:02 sending OFFER to 192.168.2.108
09/15/2013  05:40:26 NTP Date/Time updated.   
01/14/2013  00:00:39 Get system time from NTP server:129.70.132.37.
01/14/2013  00:00:39 Can't find NTP time.     
01/14/2013  00:00:30 Get system time from NTP server:91.64.231.216.
01/14/2013  00:00:23 If(PPPoE1) PPP connection ok !
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) get secondary DNS IP:195.50.140.114
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) get primary DNS IP:195.50.140.182
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) get IP:88.65.XX.XXX
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) start PPP     
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) receive PADS   
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) send PADR     
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) receive PADO   
01/14/2013  00:00:22 If(PPPoE1) send PADI     
01/14/2013  00:00:21 ADSL Media Up !           
01/14/2013  00:00:19 sending ACK to 192.168.2.102
01/14/2013  00:00:19 sending OFFER to 192.168.2.102
01/14/2013  00:00:18 sending ACK to 192.168.2.102
01/14/2013  00:00:15 sending ACK to 192.168.2.102
01/14/2013  00:00:12 sending ACK to 192.168.2.108
01/14/2013  00:00:03 sending ACK to 192.168.2.100
01/14/2013  00:00:03 sending ACK to 192.168.2.100
01/14/2013  00:00:00 sending OFFER to 192.168.2.100
01/14/2013  00:00:00 sending ACK to 192.168.2.100
01/14/2013  00:00:00 sending ACK to 192.168.2.100
01/14/2013  00:00:00 sending ACK to 192.168.2.100
 


Antworten zu Vodafone EasyBox 802: *UDP LOOP*???:

Hi,
ich kann dich beruhigen, dein Problem ist keine direkte Attacke an dich. Nach meinem Kenntnisstand werden diese Art von Attacken in die Allgemeinheit geworfen...

Kleine Tipp, überprüfe deine(n) Rechner auf Trojaner und/oder Viren. Führe Malware-Byte aus und schieße alle Ports die du nicht verwendest...

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auch mal durchgehen (LINK kopieren)??

Ist in den Internetoptionen evtl noch eine Wählverbindung eingetragen ?
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