Virus imbedded into jailbroken ipod touch

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by ronnie101, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. ronnie101

    ronnie101 New Member

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    I have a 1.1.3 jailbroken 16 gig ipod touch. when ever i turn it on i get a tonne of connections coming to it from port 993 and 49177, and a massive ammount of port scanning warnings on my router. anyone experiencing the same issue
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    sirtooshort10 New Member

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    nope never seen it happen before
  3. aftershock68

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    I do not know, it can't be ssh, that is port 22.
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    TrckySki123 New Member

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    if i not mistaken
    that is a port used by some email servers as an STMP spn
    only when you use ssl though


    i could be wrong
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    Correct. For port 993. Port 49177 is used for ssh2. Also bit ******* clients. He could be downloading pirated movies... Wait nooooooooo, people dont do that. Do they???
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    TrckySki123 New Member

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    so i was wrong?



    edit:
    nvm
  7. 1niceipod

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    that is actually the FBI pinging your ipot posing as underage girls in that chatroom you frequent! keep that up and chris hansen will be asking you to take a seat over there!

    nope thats new one to me too. maybe you have something running on your pc that is scanning your ipod along with it.

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