Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About neodrago1324

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Location
  1. Hey, its been a while, i thought of making a new thread, but since this isn't closed I'll try to write here. So basically the original problem with blocked traffic form svchost.exe still occurs, and this time more seriously, before it would just block 50-100 times, but now the count racks up every couple of seconds(see screenshots). i updated my router's firmware and reset it, also changed the WiFi password, anti-virus scans find nothing. What could the problem be?
  2. Managed to uninstall it from device manger. Virtual network is gone for now.
  3. I don't have Hyper-V either, as i said I haven't installed any virtual network software
  4. On the connected home page, for the information on my laptop, it states that it's connected in a virtual network. I don't have any virtual machines, and I don't have any virtual network software installed, no VPNs either. Is this normal?
  5. I managed to get into the interface without resetting, i don't know why, but now it worked - i entered hxxp:// I reset the password, but how can i see the connected devices? *EDIT - i found the page, it seems ok for now, it only shows my laptop and my phone. So it shows only the currently connected devices. But i can't see where to remove a connected device
  6. There is no IPv4 address on the router label. My router was installed by my ISP btw.
  7. OK, but what happens after i reset it? How will i be able to set the network name and password if i still can't access the router options page?
  8. Doesn't work, even when i type the link which is from the router sticker, nothing loads
  9. I get the message: Unable to connect, with these options below: The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments. If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer’s network connection. If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.
  10. How can i remove this unknown device? I'm trying to access my router settings, but when i type my IP address in the browser, it doesn't load.
  11. Recently my laptop was infected by a really bad virus, which encrypted all my files. However since i had backed up all my important data, i just used the Windows Media creation tool on another PC, made a bootable USB drive and re-installed Windows(i deleted all drive partitions and formatted my drives during the installation). Now everything seems as if its normal. Windows Defender didn't detect anything, i ran a full offline scan - still nothing, i ran the command "sfc /scannow" - again nothing found. But i decided to install ESET to be more confident that there are no threats to my laptop. When i scanned the PC, no threats were found, but there are strange(for me at least) things in the network tab in ESET. There are some unknown devices(one of them disappeared before i managed to take screenshots of the network configuration), and there was some blocked traffic from my laptop. Here are some screenshots: Network configuration: https://ibb.co/WsfXTs0 The unknown device: https://ibb.co/5hGZPJy , https://ibb.co/GMs8b40 Blocked traffic: https://ibb.co/nncMcp0 And the blocked items : https://ibb.co/n6H84dR , https://ibb.co/fQKkq14 , https://ibb.co/2kNkNhL , https://ibb.co/9nfbzzv , https://ibb.co/1Z7cdr4 , https://ibb.co/SVFT36b From what i can see, these are just Windows processes, but it seems strange that they are blocked. Also something i should mention - every time i boot my laptop, the windows command line console pops up 2-3 times for a split second, i don't know if this is normal or not, but I'm pointing it out because it may have something to do with these processes(maybe it conflicts with Malware bytes, since i have it installed as well?). So my question is - is this blocked traffic normal or not, and is that unknown device something that is normally generated from the network or something suspicious?
  • Create New...