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Old Jan 05, 2007, 01:55 AM
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Default Help! Nonstop Twinge Attacks!

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I recently updated the firmware for my D-link Di-624 router and it now keeps logs of hacker activity etc. I currently have a wireless network with 2 computer running wirelessly. When one of the computers is connected to the internet the log for the router says:
"Jan/05/2007 01:28:57 TWINGE ATTACK Detect Packet Dropped
Jan/05/2007 01:28:14 TWINGE ATTACK Detect Packet Dropped
Those are just 2, but this is occurring every 30 seconds and when that computer is turned off the attack no longer shows up in the logs.

I have tried running multiple virus scans and spyware scan using spybot, Ad-aware and can't seem to find anything. A google search didn't help much because the only thing I got out of it was to enable "discard ping from wan side" in my router but that didn't solve the problem.

It would help if I new what a twinge attack was, I'm not sure if it's someone attacking me locally or from outside and what I can possibly do to make this stop. I tried shutting off my modem and keeping it off all night so I can be reissued a new ip by my isp but that still didn't solve the problem. It seems to be a problem with my 1 computer. As far as my network, I have 128 bit encryption set up with MAC filtering

Can anyone please point me in the right direction or help me out.
This is my main computer where I do work and I'm scared to check e-mails and pretty much anything that involves a password.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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