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Port Scans and Flooding attacks

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image.thumb.png.9dac6bb637612d77b81a3ccc2200f51b.pngCan ESET's firewall protect against this? There are TCP port scans, tcp flooding, syn flooding, ping of death attacks and icmp redirect attacks too...It seems my ISP has blocked them but not port scans.

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Your router log entries show that UDP port scans are being blocked by the router's IDS/firewall. As such, I assume TCP port scans are would also be blocked by it.

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16 minutes ago, tman555 said:

How can you tell if they are blocked by IDS/firewall?

Err ............ Your posted router log shows that. Your ISP is not blocking that network traffic, it's the router's IDS/firewall doing it.

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The question is if the initial screnshot is from OP's router config page or if it was taken from the Internet or somewhere. I thought it was just an example to show what exact attack the OP meant but now I see was likely taken from OP's router page. If that's the case then itman is right; the communication was blocked by the router and didn't reach the machine so ESET could not detect it.

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