different ip range

June 29, 2010 at 05:49:13
Specs: Windows 7
i'm using antiarp. it reports incoming arp attack from a
computer with IP However my router
IP is, and I did not set any LAN group with
192.168.102.xxx range. and the mentioned computer
could not be found in the router as well. how is it
possible to be in a different IP range while still able to
be online?

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June 29, 2010 at 06:04:35
Pretty easy to do with some hacking tools. I would filter PC's by
MAC address on the router and choose a stronger password and
encryption type if you are not using WPA2/AES.

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June 29, 2010 at 06:15:03
thanks for sharing. we are all on cable broadband. no
wireless. so i do not understand the terms u mentioned if u
meant cable broadband.

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June 29, 2010 at 12:20:46
Anitarp appears to be a Chinese mainland product.

Arp virus? Whatever the delivery system, it's called arp poisoning.

It would appear from the ip address you are seeing that the product can't trace back to the source ie. the wan ip of the router in front of

That makes it pretty well useless from my point of view.

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June 29, 2010 at 18:06:26
i don't know if you have tried this product yet, my personal
experience, my pc has always been attacked, I searched
through web and found this software. every time when I am
unable to get connected, I run this software and everything
just back to normal.

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June 29, 2010 at 20:31:55
I have been on the internet since BBS days [dialup].

Properly firewalled you are not subject to arp attacks. I have never needed a local software to protect me especially now in the days of home routers.

I would suspect you are not behind a router, not running a software firewall or done the things like disable the guest account/etc on your pc.

Not doing these things opens you to attack. Especially if you frequent chinese sites which are a open market for being attacked.

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June 29, 2010 at 23:51:11
.....seriously i do not care if u started using internet since
stone age or earlier. i do not use a firewall coz 1. i am useless
at it. 2. it blocks games/tv player I use.
I don't understand what were you trying to suggest here by
mentioning not visiting chinese websites here. pointless, my
question is about local area network attack not from outside.
and please do not eat chinese food, you might get infected.
please give constructive suggestions based on the question, I
was just asking a question and trying to know what technique
is that nothing else, stop distracting to chinese world.

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June 30, 2010 at 09:01:11
I mention chinese web sites as a warning so you won't get attacked. 90% of our router logs containing attempted attacks are from chinese ips.

I further pointed out that there would be no need for antiarp if you followed basic standard operating procedures.

You are confused in that the attack antiarp tells you is happening is local. It is not. It's antiarps misinterpetation as well as your own.

If you took a small amount of time to learn how to configure a software firewall you would find it would have no effect on your TV or games yet would block attacks. Hence my suggestion to do so.

But it appears you have difficulty connecting the dots with your referances to no helpful suggestions, which I gave, as well as your comments about chinese food, which I have been enjoying/cooking longer than you most likely have been alive.

Might want to consider zonealarm for your software firewall.

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