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  # 1307381 18-May-2015 18:18
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cyberhub: 2Talk voip account will be hack is annoying and potentially costly. 

It appears that you don't have port forwarding or devices with a public IP.  This suggests that your PC may have a keylogger or another device on your internal network may of been compromised.


OP mentioned above a port forward (probably via uPNP) was set as the web interface was accessible from their public IP (or at least that's my interpretation of what they posted).




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  # 1307385 18-May-2015 18:25
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sbiddle:
cyberhub: 2Talk voip account will be hack is annoying and potentially costly. 

It appears that you don't have port forwarding or devices with a public IP.  This suggests that your PC may have a keylogger or another device on your internal network may of been compromised.


OP mentioned above a port forward (probably via uPNP) was set as the web interface was accessible from their public IP (or at least that's my interpretation of what they posted).

That is correct.




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  # 1307392 18-May-2015 18:49
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Use the Shields Up test on GRC.com to see if all is well now.

https://www.grc.com/default.htm



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# 1307526 18-May-2015 21:51
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mckenndk: Use the Shields Up test on GRC.com to see if all is well now.

https://www.grc.com/default.htm

Nice one - thanks for the link. And I passed!.




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  # 1307566 18-May-2015 23:40
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Dulouz:
sbiddle:
cyberhub: 2Talk voip account will be hack is annoying and potentially costly. 

It appears that you don't have port forwarding or devices with a public IP.  This suggests that your PC may have a keylogger or another device on your internal network may of been compromised.


OP mentioned above a port forward (probably via uPNP) was set as the web interface was accessible from their public IP (or at least that's my interpretation of what they posted).

That is correct.


Ahh ok, reading a little too quickly.




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