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Fearing you are hacked?
3011
lop guest
User ID: kaput
01-04-2018 04:37 AM

 



Post: #1
reporter Fearing you are hacked?
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Bring up your Command prompt
Type the following

tracert lunaticoutpost.com

hit enter

Await the IP locations to start hopping. You can then check out each IP that is moving through your machine at Princeton Tracert website.

Also see https://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/...traceroute
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3011
lop guest
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 04:50 AM

 



Post: #2
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Example

Just traced the rout from my machine to LOP

Found Endpoint IP

tracing path from http://www.net.princeton.edu to 104.27.205.91 ...

traceroute to 104.27.205.91 (104.27.205.91), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 core-87-router (128.112.128.2) 0.992 ms 0.714 ms 0.484 ms
2 border-87-router (128.112.12.142) 1.099 ms 0.848 ms 0.847 ms
3 te0-0-1-2.nr11.b003003-4.phl03.atlas.cogentco.com (38.122.150.1) 2.601 ms 2.299 ms 2.211 ms
4 te0-0-1-1.rcr21.phl03.atlas.cogentco.com (154.24.4.169) 2.370 ms te0-7-1-1.rcr21.phl03.atlas.cogentco.com (154.24.17.141) 2.721 ms 2.597 ms
5 be3163.rcr21.phl01.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.7.1) 2.960 ms be3164.rcr22.phl01.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.25.141) 2.834 ms 2.633 ms
6 be2333.ccr42.jfk02.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.5.1) 7.861 ms be2364.ccr41.jfk02.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.3.141) 6.591 ms be2333.ccr42.jfk02.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.5.1) 13.838 ms
7 be3294.ccr31.jfk05.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.47.218) 5.873 ms 5.676 ms be3295.ccr31.jfk05.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.80.2) 5.511 ms
8 tata.jfk05.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.12.18) 5.498 ms 5.236 ms 5.156 ms
9 if-ae-14-14.thar2.NJY-Newark.as6453.net (66.198.111.125) 6.003 ms 6.037 ms if-ae-14-14.thar2.NJY-Newark.as6453.net (66.198.111.8) 6.064 ms
10 if-ae-1-3.thar1.NJY-Newark.as6453.net (216.6.57.1) 6.024 ms 6.062 ms 6.406 ms
11 66.198.70.2 (66.198.70.2) 4.611 ms 4.110 ms 4.061 ms
12 104.27.205.91 (104.27.205.91) 4.123 ms 4.248 ms 3.876 ms

Traced it to http://www.cogentco.com/en/

Everything looks fine from here you will be happy to know - LOP seems to be clean today :)
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v³Exceed
Registered User
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 04:57 AM

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Post: #3
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
3011  Wrote: (01-04-2018 04:37 AM)
Bring up your Command prompt
Type the following

tracert lunaticoutpost.com

hit enter

Await the IP locations to start hopping. You can then check out each IP that is moving through your machine at Princeton Tracert website.

Also see https://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/...traceroute

These are not IPs "running through your machine", these are routing points that the three packets you sent to the destination went through and the time it took to do so.

Connected computers to your machine can be viewed with netstat, normally "netstat -an" which will show you connected computers and the ports that they are connected to.

Tracert cannot show you that you are hacked, but if all of your packets are going through a .gov domain space, you might have other problems.

"Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son" ~ Dean Wormer.
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Dr. Woo

User ID: 53145
01-04-2018 05:01 AM

Posts: 523



Post: #4
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
What does it mean when the command window keeps closing before the test is done without dismissing it? It gets to about 7-8 hops and then the window closes before I can even get a good look at it
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LoP Guest
lop guest
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:05 AM

 



Post: #5
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
v³Exceed  Wrote: (01-04-2018 04:57 AM)
3011  Wrote: (01-04-2018 04:37 AM)
Bring up your Command prompt
Type the following

tracert lunaticoutpost.com

hit enter

Await the IP locations to start hopping. You can then check out each IP that is moving through your machine at Princeton Tracert website.

Also see https://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/...traceroute

These are not IPs "running through your machine", these are routing points that the three packets you sent to the destination went through and the time it took to do so.

Connected computers to your machine can be viewed with netstat, normally "netstat -an" which will show you connected computers and the ports that they are connected to.

Tracert cannot show you that you are hacked, but if all of your packets are going through a .gov domain space, you might have other problems.

Yes those are as you say - after completing the trace via my machine - I simply used Princeton as an example of where to place the IP that 'may' look out of sorts... even though the IP in the example is not one of the malicious IPs, I used as an example - of course I am not going to tracert my machine and add the example tracert on LOP mate :)
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LoP Guest
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User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:07 AM

 



Post: #6
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Dr. Woo  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:01 AM)
What does it mean when the command window keeps closing before the test is done without dismissing it? It gets to about 7-8 hops and then the window closes before I can even get a good look at it

Open regedit and go to each one of:

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\batfile\shell\open\command]
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\cmdfile\shell\open\command]

Now change the "Default key value" to cmd.exe /k "%1" %*. Now, every batch script window will stay open after its execution.

Note that this is like using cmd.exe /c cmd.exe /k program.bat, meaning that another CMD instance will be launched into the parent one. I couldn't find how to overwrite the first /c argument.

You can also do so with [exefile], but now it'll show an empty console box if the executable has a GUI.

see if this works for you
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Dr. Woo

User ID: 53145
01-04-2018 05:08 AM

Posts: 523



Post: #7
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
I tried the netstat command and it closed instantly
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Fred
not applicable
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:09 AM

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Post: #8
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Jptdknpa

Tracert

Bump
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3011 Whitehat Edu
lop guest
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:10 AM

 



Post: #9
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
v³Exceed  Wrote: (01-04-2018 04:57 AM)
3011  Wrote: (01-04-2018 04:37 AM)
Bring up your Command prompt
Type the following

tracert lunaticoutpost.com

hit enter

Await the IP locations to start hopping. You can then check out each IP that is moving through your machine at Princeton Tracert website.

Also see https://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/...traceroute

These are not IPs "running through your machine", these are routing points that the three packets you sent to the destination went through and the time it took to do so.

Connected computers to your machine can be viewed with netstat, normally "netstat -an" which will show you connected computers and the ports that they are connected to.

Tracert cannot show you that you are hacked, but if all of your packets are going through a .gov domain space, you might have other problems.

And actually a tracert can show a hack... suck as rootkits used by programs such as Webwatcher - which incidentally can also be seen using your task manager should you still be able to open it after such a malicious install onto you machine - at task manager you would look at network users - these flag as IP's running under the credible user.

I have traced in the past via tracert a route to FBI headquarters in kansas via L3 Security - yu didn't know this even existed did you? you do now :hf:
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Dr. Woo

User ID: 53145
01-04-2018 05:11 AM

Posts: 523



Post: #10
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
My bad I was using the run window, after typing cmd it stays open
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LoP Guest
lop guest
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:11 AM

 



Post: #11
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Fred  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:09 AM)
Jptdknpa

Tracert

Bump

noobs are funny
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Dr. Woo

User ID: 53145
01-04-2018 05:13 AM

Posts: 523



Post: #12
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Fred  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:09 AM)
Jptdknpa

Tracert

Bump
Thats it make fun instead of trying to help
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3011 Whitehat Edu
lop guest
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:14 AM

 



Post: #13
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Dr. Woo  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:11 AM)
My bad I was using the run window, after typing cmd it stays open

sh*t happens lol, netStat and tracert though are just simple tools not exactly this http://map.norsecorp.com/#/ LOLZ
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3011 Whitehat Edu
lop guest
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:17 AM

 



Post: #14
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Dr. Woo  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:13 AM)
Fred  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:09 AM)
Jptdknpa

Tracert

Bump
Thats it make fun instead of trying to help

It is not a problem, but thanks Mr Woo - the attack speaks volumes like an MSM news alert ;)
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Fred
not applicable
User ID: 1337
01-04-2018 05:19 AM

Posts: 2,230



Post: #15
RE: Fearing you are hacked?
Dr. Woo  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:13 AM)
Fred  Wrote: (01-04-2018 05:09 AM)
Jptdknpa

Tracert

Bump
Thats it make fun instead of trying to help

If I gave you suggestions... You're in good hands, not mine. lol
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