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Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Have Mac address access incorporated and WPA2-PKS for password yet when I do an attached device I find intruders still on there. Is this a known issue. Ive dont a Net search but havnt come up with anything.

My wireless printer, my laptop the wifes laptop the Xbox and the Desk top are the only things that should be connected.

here is the extras

2 32.49.55.44 0742520); b = hh(b, c, d, a, x[i+ 2], 23, -995338651); 2C:20:61:2C:20:62
3 91.105.43.32 a, x[i+ 2], 23, -995338651); a = ii(a, b, c, d, x[i+ 0], 6 , -1986 69:69:28:63:2C:20
4 98.44.32.120 a = ii(a, b, c, d, x[i+ 0], 6 , -198630844); d = ii 64:20:61:6C:69:67
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Aspirant

Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Dug way deeper, found a couple things to try and seem to work.

Sorry to bother the board.
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Hokay, Reset the Router, Changed password and set it to MAC addresses only.

Intruders went away for 3 days.

Now they are back.

HOW in the heck ???

Especially with MAC set.
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

OK didnt work.

Reset modem, set to MAC address access only and then Reset the access Password (Again) to a much harder one.

Intruders gone for 2 days

Back again.

WTH
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

WPA2 key is not good enough.. Try to make long and make difficult ones
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June Mizoguchi-
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

It is fairly long and difficult .. Mix of Capitals and small with numbers.

Guess Ill go to the Highest setting on the type of security.

This is the Highest I have available. Is it sufficient ?

WPA-PSK [TKIP] + WPA2-PSK [AES]

Else I may think of a new router (although this was the top of the line last year when I bought it )
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Use WPA2 only.

If use WPA+WPA2 then WPA can be hackable
https://www.corelan.be/index.php/2009/08/29/wpa-tkip-cracked-in-a-minute-time-to-move-on-to-wpa2/
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June Mizoguchi-
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

These are what I have avail ?


WEP
WPA-PSK [TKIP]
WPA2-PSK [AES]
WPA-PSK [TKIP] + WPA2-PSK [AES]

I have WPA2-PSK set now
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

PS
I would have thought WPA2-PSK and MAC access only would have detered it ?
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Virtuoso

Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Have you tried updating the firmware?

Check the link below for firmwares:

http://support.netgear.com/product/Wnr2000v2#wrapper
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Thanks, gave it a go. I had the 58 this was the 58NA ... Reset the Modem and they were right back again.

I guess Ill try another password change.
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Well mad a LOONG password this time with numbers letters and a special character. So far they are gone.

Dunno what to do if they come back.
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Could it be linked to the WPS vulnerability?

Accoding to this:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ags-JmeLMFP2dFp2dkhJZGIxTTFkdFpEUDNSSHZEN3c#gid=0

The router is reported breakable in 24h (look for WRN200V2, yes it missing a 0 but must be a typo as WRN200V2 does not exist).

However, the document does not mention which version of the firmware has been tested..... but just to be sure I would anyway disable WPS/PIN in the router.

Cheers,
Fax
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Thanks Fax I turned the PIN off. That should hold em off for a while Smiley Happy
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

PS Anyone recommend a good unbreakable router by netgear that wont set me back and Arm and a leg ? Home Wifi only.
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Wow how in the world are they breaking in. Ive Disabled the PIN. Ive Set to Mac I have a 18 Character Password that includes Caps and Special Characters and today I see 2 32.49.55.44 0742520); b = hh(b, c, d, a, x[i+ 2], 23, -995338651); 2C:20:61:2C:20:62 3 91.105.43.32 a, x[i+ 2], 23, -995338651); a = ii(a, b, c, d, x[i+ 0], 6 , -1986 69:69:28:63:2C:20
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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Try turning off WIFI for day or so after changing passphrase or sentence in your case. May not be a breach, looks like gibberish.
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Virtuoso

Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

I think your concern is the same with the link below:

http://forum1.netgear.com/showthread.php?p=469843#post469843

I suggest you open a ticket so that support team can assist you.

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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Sorry for the revival of a dead thread.  I have been noticing this for the past couple of months.  I have WPA2 enabled, Broadcast SSID disabled, PIN disabled, and a 28 character, complex wireless password in place.  When I enabled MAC address filtering, these all went away.  Last night, I enabled the XBOX 360 again on the wireless network and these all appeared again.  My internal LAN is 192.168.xxx.xxx, so these do not belong.  Before the XBOX was added to the ACL, these had gone away.  When I first enabled the ACL, these WENT away.  They did not reappear until the XBOX was added onto the list, for a period of about 1 month.  What on the XBOX is inviting these in?  The WNR2000v2 firmware is fully updated.  The XBOX is fully updated.  I really beleive these are related.  These show up even AFTER the XBOX is powered off.  Any ideas? 

232.49.55.440742520); b = hh(b, c, d, a, x[i+ 2], 23, -995338651); 2C:20:61:2C:20:62
391.105.43.32a, x[i+ 2], 23, -995338651); a = ii(a, b, c, d, x[i+ 0], 6 , -198669:69:28:63:2C:20
498.44.32.120a = ii(a, b, c, d, x[i+ 0], 6 , -198630844); d = ii64:20:61:6C:69:67
5116.101.114.34], 6 , -198630844); d = ii(d, a, b, c, x[i+ 7], 10, 1126891415); 38:3A:39:32:3A:30
668.60.47.115(d, a, b, c, x[i+ 7], 10, 1126891415); c = ii(c, d, a, b, x[i+14],70:61:6E:3E:3C:2F
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NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

CobaltGirl, is your post meant to contain those strange characters? If so it looks like a corrupted log, and maybe you need to factory reset the router.

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Aspirant

Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Well, they are device names.  Just the same as the OP on this thread.

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Re: Help, WRN2000V2 intruders.

Well if that’s how they are presented to you by the router, then that looks like data corruption to me, especially since all IP addresses listed are public.

 

I will raise this with Netgear engineers to see if it’s a recognised issue.

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