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I was on a public wifi and was having trouble getting online.  (I later found out that their routers weren't working properly.)  As part of troubleshooting, I turned on ESET's firewall logging.  I see a few entries written in red during that time frame.  The entries are all "Incorrect UDP packet length", protocol is "0".  Any significance to entries being in red?   

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Hello,

 

Without knowing the specifics (i.e., looking at a packet capture) I would guess that the UDP packet received were malformed (their payload was either longer or shorter than specified in the header).

 

 

Regards,

 

Aryeh Goretsky

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