What do I do if I have a local Proxy of 127.1.1.0 and a LOT if not all open connections go to cloud
Hello F-Secure Community,
I often say that if someone owns your connection they own you. Well, I first checked my opendns.com stats and it always shows up with one unique IP. That unique IP is 127.1.1.0 I KNOW that is the home IP address and I will always know it is the home IP address it however set to my proxy address. My problem is on my mac is that I have little snitch 3.5 and it shows me an outgoing connection from basically every program including one password. ESPECIALLY one password and this is a real issue going to Cloudfront from AMAZON. I did not realize that my entire internet and every website I visted is hosted by Cloudfront.net? I mean is the whole internet on Cloudfront.net? Does anyone else have this problem?
Please let me know and reply with any ideas. I have a lot of ideas but NO CLEAR actions. I am tired and it is the holidays and I thought all this trouble was over. That it was finished with the help of F-Secure.
Please help with any suggestions,
My system details are the following:
Running Yosemite 10.10.1
Model Name: Mac mini
Model Identifier: Macmini6,2
Processor Name: Intel Core i7
Processor Speed: 2.3 GHz
Number of Processors: 1
Total Number of Cores: 4
L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB
L3 Cache: 6 MB
Memory: 16 GB
Boot ROM Version: MM61.0106.B03
SMC Version (system): 2.8f1
No Chrissy but Thank you for asking and Happy New Years:). I am trying to find an F-Secure approved or based Unified Threat Management solution. The reason being is the that I believe now it is time to lock down the Network. I definitely need something with strong IPS in that unit for sure. Thanks. If Mikko knows of Anything they have in the works hardware wise. I would love to be there first Apha or Beta testers for such a unit. Thanks, Rich
I guess community and F-Secure peeps that I am doing the Beta testing of F-Secure FS Protection for Macintosh right now. I will see what I can do to troubleshoot these problems but I think this will be one heck of a learning experience. I think though my only choice is going to be moving on to a UTM or a unified threa management solution. Then ending this post on that note. If anyone can reccomend a good company ESPECIALLY in EUROPE please post or Private message me. I could really use one.
cloudfront.net could be an adware.
Did you try with Adware Medic for Mac.
download Adware Medic see if can detect and remove any adware on your Mac.
Or try the Bitdefender Adware removal tool.
Read the guide here...
If you suspected DNS changer issues...
or try with CCleaner for Mac...
check your browser extensions and remove them if any. But download AdwareMedic for Mac to do a full scan. Or Bitdefender Adware for Mac.
for windows pc only ...
If you are running Windows Boot Camp on your Mac Mini.
Boot up your Boot Camp Windows.
And download, AdwCleaner from this site.
Click scan and remove.
And download Malwarebytes for Windows for your Bootcamp.
Do a full scan.
Do a reset to all your web browsers.
Make sure you backup your bookmarks from your browsers.
For Mac download Adware Medic.
Remove detected extension from all web browsers.
Do a reset on your web browsers. (NOTE: backup your bookmarks before attempting this!)
check with the paid verrsion of Dr Web Light for mac.
or Eset trial for Mac antivirus
I know exactly what is going on and how it is done. It is beyond software intervention. There is only one way to fix this. It is a hardware solution. I thought about just saying F it but there is always many answers to a problem.