Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by Nosein, Nov 25, 2017.
So as per thread title.
What is this? Google shows up nothing.
Can you post a picture of what you're referring to?
Pretty vague description; also didn't include model of router.
This the ip address info output by whosiplookup: 192.168.1.72
Hilbert, do you have any idea what this is?
If i google something "heda entries in router" nothing related other than this thread pops up.
Ehh... That ip is for device in your local network.
I have no idea what you mean though. Heda entries? Where?
A screenshot would help? But that sounds like a compromise or deface. Heda sounds like a name.
192.168.1.x is your local router or modem subnet, e.g. if there was a compromise it happened through an IP assigned internally by DHCP, so that is a physical device (LAN) or somebody was able to connect through your WIFI range. The last one is the most plausible if you have a weak WIFI PW.
Instead of wondering what it could be, simply move forward and close a possible compromise.
1) change your WIFI PW
2) Change your Router PW
3) Disallow router access from the WAN side
4) upgrade your router firmware to the latest update available.
Thanks and will do.
I also noticed this today
How is it possible that someone from my cellphone network gained access to my gmail account?
Under Home Network - Wireless devices, it states that there are two devices with the name "Heda".
They stay connected for anywhere from 10 to 21 hours.
Block them then.
It would be like naming your phone "nosein's iphone".
That's what you would see under the names.
I suggest you change your passwords to your login page and wifi.
if you generally have the same items on your network often, i'd also recommend mac authentication too.