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Router/Modem Hacking Please Help

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June 12, 2011 6:57:31 AM

I am seeking the help from you credible sources out there, I really need your help.

I'm pretty sure that my modem/router has been hacked into. I have a dynamic IP, however, every time I check my IP on robtex.com, it shows me as being blacklisted, and it reveals 44 nearby lexical names, under the "shared" category.

I went over the research from robtex with my internet provider, but they tell me there's nothing they can do. How can a dynamic IP, be attached by hackers?


Robtex.com Information:
Lexically nearby names (44)

71.217.static.host.gvt.net.br
71.217.tedata.net
71.217.threembb.co.uk
71.217.ua.batelco.jo
71.217.wananchi.com
71.217.wimax.clients.aeromax.es
71.217.zonepro-serveurs.net
71.218-119-85.cust.rackboost.net
71.218-14-84.ripe.coltfrance.com
71.218-177-91.adsl-dyn.isp.belgacom.be
71.218-224-87.telenet.ru
71.218-65-87.adsl-dyn.isp.belgacom.be
71.218-78-194.adsl-static.isp.belgacom.be
71.218.1.96
71.218.1.in-addr.arpa
71.218.101.202.dial.yt.jx.dynamic.163data.com.cn
71.218.105.202.broad.yj.gd.dynamic.163data.com.cn
71.218.11.128
71.218.116.66.in-addr.arpa
71.218.12.61.ap.seikyou.ne.jp
71.218.123.in-addr.arpa
71.218.125.91.gr7.adsl.brightview.com
71.218.131.98.in-addr.arpa
71.218.133.5
71.218.133.in-addr.arpa
71.218.144.219.broad.xa.sn.dynamic.163data.com.cn
71.218.159.217.sta.estpak.ee
71.218.160.in-addr.arpa
71.218.161.66.ded-dsl.fuse.net
71.218.162.76.in-addr.arpa
71.218.17.66.in-addr.arpa.lldc.net
71.218.173.220
71.218.178.in-addr.arpa
71.218.179.179
71.218.18.71.in-addr.arpa
71.218.192.61.east.global.alpha-net.ne.jp
71.218.192.in-addr.arpa
71.218.195.in-addr.arpa
71.218.2.223
71.218.2.in-addr.arpa
71.218.201-77.rev.gaoland.net
71.218.207.in-addr.arpa
71.218.209.in-addr.arpa
71.218.209.transedge.com


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Can you recommend a good modem/router hack detection program for an Apple computer? I would greatly appreciate your help, I have no doubt that some of these, if not all of these lexically nearby names, are up to negative intent.

Thank you.

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June 12, 2011 7:48:58 AM

change ur code(or password whatever it is) thats d best way
June 12, 2011 9:38:24 AM

I wouldn't worry too much especially if your behind a NAT/Firewall router, some times certain IP ranges are black listed anyway because of previous abusive use on those addresses. If you have a dynamic IP just turn your modem off and on again after 30min or so and you may be granted a new IP (dependent on availiable addresses in pool).
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June 12, 2011 3:26:16 PM

Change your password to something with upper case and lower case, numbers and characters so it is super secure.
June 12, 2011 4:43:44 PM

Thank you, all of you!
I've changed my passwords, and have implemented long combinations--and I've reset the modem, several times; still, when I go to robtex.com, each time, different IP, the same results show up.

What are lexically nearby names in the "share" category all about?

June 14, 2011 3:07:39 AM

ElaineColorado said:
Thank you, all of you!
I've changed my passwords, and have implemented long combinations--and I've reset the modem, several times; still, when I go to robtex.com, each time, different IP, the same results show up.

What are lexically nearby names in the "share" category all about?
Why don't you call your ISP and let them help you out.
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