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Old 20th August 2009, 07:39 PM
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i got a weird problem with Fedora 10. First i set up a vpn tunnel using pptp and pppd programs. It works just fine, but then in a few minutes the provider's antivirus (nod32) kicks me out of the session and blocks my account. Checked the logs it gave me, and i saw a series of attacks from my system to various ports of the local network's other computers. So i run clamAV with freshly installed antivirus bases on my system, but it found nothing.
Could it not be a virus, but some sort of linux pppd's natural actions that the server's system sees as an attack? And what do i do now? Thanks in advance
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