Hi Chris. I bet this is an HH5 type A isn’t it? Unfortunately, they are a bit overly enthusiastic about what they log. The type B is far better. Sadly, there are automated bots all over the internet today probing any system they can find and then flagging the hacker when they find a vulnerable system. Most modern kit doesn’t even bother to log this unless it’s told to. I’m pretty sure. as someone pointed out, that the machine that is toast is down to a failed hard disk. I’d rebuild your system, give it a thorough antivirus scan, ignore the logs and carry on as normal if I were you.
The stuff you really need to worry about is the things the firewall sees as legit and lets through without logging…just messing with you there. Well, sort of. The default on most basic firewalls is allow all outgoing traffic, block all unsolicited incoming. If someone was getting through the firewall the most likely scenario is malware in your system sending an outgoing connection that the bad guys then use it to get in. As this is a reply to outgoing traffic “you” solicited, the firewall sees it as legit and doesn’t even log it. As I said, do a though AV scan, including any backups you restored data from.
Let me give you an example. My old-age pensioner mother had an HH5A for 4 or 5 years that I used to maintain. Every time I looked at the logs it was full of this nonsense but her “network” consisted of a laptop that was turned off 99% of the time and a Youview box. I never bothered about the logs because I know this sort of nonsense is normal today and even if anyone had got in, they would not be able to go anywhere. Did she have any problems in that 4-5 year? No, not one. It’s always difficult to be sure without having seen it first hand, but I’m reasonably sure you don’t need to worry here.
Depends if you have set up port forwarding for port 43062 to IP address 192.168.1.67 or have UPnP enabled.
As in previous replies, still have all ports disabled, UDP off, and UPnP off.
Now ordered a new TP-link router.