AIprotection.... how to investigate?

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Pergola Fabio

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i have some hacks lately on my synology server, but how to investigate this? i dont see the port thats being used?
what is being hacked?
see screenshot :

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ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
What ports a re you forwarding to 192.168.0.14? Check on the router at System Log > Port Forwarding.
 

Pergola Fabio

Regular Contributor
yeah, i have some ports open
like 32400 for plex, 6005 for my webserver, 554 for cameras ...all on that same synology
but i have no clue what port is being attacted, how to find out?
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
The error message is a standard message you will get from the normal port scanning/hacking attempts from the internet. If you're going to expose standard ports like 32400 and 554 to the internet you should expect this.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
Yes, something to worry about.

Don't open known ports to the wild 'net.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
There are more (safer) ways to skin a cat.
 

Pergola Fabio

Regular Contributor
Explain? I'm interested? I have some cameras on my synology, to get them into my alarm cloud system, i need to use port 554, how can I access those without port forwarding?
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
Look into OpenVPN to access your network instead.

But not through your Synology NAS.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
You don't set up OpenVPN for your alarm system. You set it up on a router to access your network.

Besides, if the alarm system is in the cloud, you don't need access to your network at all.
 

Pergola Fabio

Regular Contributor
I know, i have setup OpenVPN on router...

My alarm is in the cloud, i have local cameras, the alarm system needs access to my local cameras with rtsp protocol on port 554 to capture video streams in case needed...
So my alarm system needs to setup as a client, but that's not possible ... So how can those systems access stuff on my network without port forwarding? This is just an example...
 

bbunge

Part of the Furniture
If you are using Synology Surveillance station you do not need cloud access. Would be interested to know what cloud alarm system you use. Might be able to find a better way for you.
 

bbunge

Part of the Furniture
I use a Risco system, it has a cloud portal...

To add cameras in that Risco cloud i need to enter the stream urls... It can be onvif or rtsp
Sure does not look too secure from this point of view (https://www.smartechsecurity.co.uk/). Annual subscription? Why when you have, I am guessing, a Synology NAS that has a cam system included...free.
Unless your system can push its video to the cloud opening ports in your router blows your LAN security to pieces.
 

Crimliar

New Around Here
Okay, so it's not the most flexible or the absolute most secure way to do things but have you thought about enabling Asus Instant Guard on the router and then using the client on your remote/mobile devices.

My understanding is that the router works as an IPsec server and anything you connect is a client. I've been using this to connect to my home Plex server and NAS for the last several months.

The only issue I've had, being that first connect only seems to work when client devices are on the LAN or local WiFi. after that it works like a charm!
 

Pergola Fabio

Regular Contributor
Yeah, useful if you have control over these devices... But for some cloud system that needs access to services on your lan, there is no way to install a client on that cloud system
 
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