1. MikeCorsten's Avatar
    Hi,

    I've been browsing the internet on my laptop and my Eset Security warned me of detecting a TCP Flooding attack from an ip address on my own network, I logged into my router to see who it was and it's my partners Samsung Galaxy S4.

    Why would this happen from her phone?

    She has told me she sent me one photo on WhatsApp and then started browsing Facebook. Is anyone able to expose the issue?
    06-06-2016 02:53 PM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    I thinking MAYBE false positive. HOWEVER there are products in the Play store from reputable vendors (Eset might even have one) like Norton, MacAfee and AVG, so you can check if you want. Here's what Russell, one of the AC editor's wrote about Android Virus last year....

    Antivirus for Android — do you need it? | Android Central
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    06-08-2016 03:11 PM
  3. MikeCorsten's Avatar
    Thanks for taking the time to reply.

    Strange how I forgot that I'd posted this, however I will put that down to having a family.


    I've come back to this post as my Firewall has come up with the same warning. Last time I used Avast! on android to scan and nothing came up. I'm running Eset's own app on her phone tonight to see what the beef is.

    Very strange behaviour.
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    08-24-2016 04:27 PM
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