Threat Prevention Attempted User Privilege Gain

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Threat Prevention Attempted User Privilege Gain

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Suspicious network event, Attempted User Privilege Gain...

Is this something I should be worried about?

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jeyare

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Hi @wwwampy
if there is “drop” status, then your TPS works well and you can sleep better than some who doesn’t use this feature :cool:

PS: STUN binding request is one of traditional techniques how to catch you
 
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Great, thank you, @jeyare!

Not sure how to exclude this one from showing up in my notifications for Threat Prevention. If I click Add policy that's not it...
 
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Ok, thanks.
 
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I haven't noticed any change, actually. But maybe it's just me...
 

jeyare

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just for a test use basic Ookla Speedtest and setup remote server to your ISP, then:
- run the Speedtest with TPS on
- same with TPS off
Then write your nominal speed (sped of used product from the ISP)
 

Rusty

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I have this on a regular basis. Just geo fence using your firewall
 

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How your line speed dropped when the TPS is on?

I'm quite sure this differs betweenan RT1900AC en RT2600AC . I bought a RT2600AC recently that is running in another network (connected with site-to-site VPN). While TP is running on it it still feels like thr RT2600AC has way more juice than the RT1900AC that is also running TP.
 

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I'm quite sure this differs betweenan RT1900AC en RT2600AC . I bought a RT2600AC recently that is running in another network (connected with site-to-site VPN). While TP is running on it it still feels like thr RT2600AC has way more juice than the RT1900AC that is also running TP.
There is no question about that. 2600 with tp runs without any problem at all
 

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