Linksys wrt160n validating identity updating tcp header

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Looking at web logs it would appear that the malware attempts to spread to other systems by probing ports .Before seeing the first HNAP probe I can see what appears to be SSL attempts to connect to those ports using TLS/SSL.You can set up the router manually, without the CD. The first time you open the Web-based utility, use the default password admin.

This will grant you access to all the router settings.Below is the snapshot of the required option(The above step would prevent unauthorized access to your router)You may wish to refer to the Linksys WRT160N User Guide(Page 7 Login details, Page 13 Router Name)Hope it helps! I recently setup a Linksys WRT160N V3 wireless router and I finally got it working right, the only issue I'm finding is connection time.It's taking about 45 seconds to a minute to make that connection and often it says "it couldn't find the connection", but then finds it like 5 seconds later.I think it's almost close to timing out, or maybe even is?

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