Forum Thread: Router Port 'a' Is Like Scanning All Other Port in My Win 10

Router Port 'a' Is Like Scanning All Other Port in My Win 10

Thanks to ghost for the null-byte guideline...I was asking questions all over the place before reading his guide....

One peculiar behaviour I find in my win 10 system is...when I ran the netstat on cmd immediately after it boot up. I notice my router 192.168.1.1 on port let say 'A'. Have a timewait connection on a lot of ports on my pc let say 192.168.1.10. Particularly the end ports 40k above.

So I try learning nmap and port scan my router and I find port 'A' is actually a UPnP port on my router. And it is open. But I already disable the UPnP on my router in the web interface. Why is it still exist?

I am posting here because I am curious... Is my pc hacked??

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