Hi Fing Community,
I have had a series of Fing Internet Security Alerts that I’m not sure how to explain or resolve.
Each time these incidents occur Fing reports 128 ports are open with the Fing app claiming this has been done manually - however I have been present on the two most recent incidents and know that the security of my property was not compromised on the first. Well, not physically.
When I conduct a further Vulnerability Test during the incidents - Fing reports ‘Internet Security Verified’ via push notification but on relaunching the app, still reports 128 ports open 'Public IP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' is firewalled'.
After some time of leaving the router OFF following restart a new IP address is assigned and Fing reports all ports closed.
ZyXEL N300 4G LTE
19th Feb - 128 ports open (xxx.xxx.xxx.xx)
Unable to remotely shut down router - Internet IP Changed (xxx.xx.xxx.xx) the following day and ports closed
24th March - 128 ports open (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Shut down router and restarted an hour later - on restart Internet IP Changed (xxx.xx.xxx.xxx) and ports closed
31st March - 128 ports open (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Shut down router restarted and hour later and on restart Internet IP Changed (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) 128 ports remain open
Open ports include: SHH Secure Shell, Cisco perf port, Simple Mail Transfer, Post Office V.3, IMB NetView DM/6000, SAP Oss, an array of TCP ports from 21 to 65462
I’m hoping the community can shed some light on this.
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