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Can someone please take a look at my network and tell me if I am being hacked?

asked 2021-12-27 16:09:54 +0000

Hambone007 gravatar image

I am such a noob when it comes to Wireshark and different processes running through my network, I just have had a lot of devices fail on me and was wondering if I could get one of you to please take a glance at my network and tell me if I am being hacked, what I can do or how I can prevent this from happening. I know it is a lot to ask anyone, but I am literally on my last leg and considered throwing in the towel again last night. This has been going on for 7 years and I just don't have the desire to go on another day.

I am seeing red, then dark red, then black segments on the log screen. I really don't know what this means, nor how to use this software. I just read that Wireshark can pick up information about hackers on your network. One of the errors states { Reassembly Error, Protocol Tcp: New Fragment overlaps old data (Retransmission?)}

The black line with the red type in it states 307 {TCP Out-of-order} 80 -> 54232 {PIN, PSH,ACK} Seq=17 Ack=938 Win=31104 Leg= 253 { Reassembly Error, Protocol-TCP: New=Fragment Overlaps old data (retransmission?)} The source is and the Destination is

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do you have the PCAP File for me?

RG Dirk

dmayer gravatar imagedmayer ( 2022-01-07 10:50:19 +0000 )edit

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answered 2021-12-28 09:47:14 +0000

hugo.vanderkooij gravatar image

Packets out of order could indicate faulty equipment. But I strongly urge you to hire someone to dig in and fix things.

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