Avast anti virus is claiming my Plusnet router is vulnerable - open ports reachable from internet 7***
vulnerable to HNS-WAN-ACCESS. Recommends opening a secure VPN. Is it worth doing that, or is it of limited value?
If I did it is it easy to get back to the seisting setup?
Fixed! Go to the fix.
15-07-2018 11:11 AM - edited 15-07-2018 11:14 AM
All Plusnet routers are accessible in that Plusnet can remotely access them to update the firmware. This is nothing to worry about. A very good free test is provided by grc.com. Test all service ports with a Shields Up! scan, try it to check that all ports are stealthed. https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
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Re: Anti virus claiming router is vulnerable.
Personally, I take Avast warnings with a large pinch of salt - they keep telling me I have suspicious programs on my machine - when I check these claims, they are all demonstrably incorrect, it even tells me my Acronis Backup program is dangerous!