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Offline B26

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Dell and Windoows Updates Win10H. SecureLine VPN
« on: July 14, 2017, 03:55:12 AM »
Hello there.
 I have  Inspiron 3650 Desktop ok So I went to and did the driver updates and it did a bios update and it keeps wanting me to download this file. Dell Wireless 1707 WiFi + Bluetooth Driver
File Name: Network_Driver_114JK_WN32_10.0.1.0_A00.EXE
My Dell Inspiron 3650 is a 64bit.
But anyways I purchased the SecureLine VPN.. and while i have it on.. it tells me that I don't need that updates and the Wi-Fi Inspector tells me that my router is accessible from the internet
Description This Device has open port(s) facing the internet.
Catalogue ID        HNS-WAN-ACCESS
Open ports reachable from address:
Open ports reachable from the internet including:7547
While the VPN is running it tells me every thing is all good to go.
The Router is a ARRIS TG1672G Router.

So besides the Dell Update Page I go to the Windows Update page and loads a lot of update of drivers to download and install.. Well they had error and would not install and so while the VPN  is on, the driver updates are telling me I don't need nothing. So I am worried I may have been running an program that maybe has some defects.
I would feel a lot more secure if you could tell me that I am not risk while running this program. I tried doing the suggestions I even rebooted the Router and if I wasn't moving this month I would probably go stand in line at TimeWarner Spectrum to get a new Router but I got too much on my plate now. ..

Here is my systems info I took off the Dell page.
I am using Window10 Home.
Boyd S.

Dell Wireless 1707 WiFi + Bluetooth Driver
This package provides the driver for Dell Wireless 1707 WiFi + Bluetooth and is supported on the Inspiron/Vostro 3250/3650/3653 Series running the following Windows operating systems: Windows 10
Fixes & Enhancements
Initial Release.Version, A00
Category Network Release date 01 Oct 2015
Last Updated 08 Jun 2016
Importance Recommended
Available formats File Format:Update Package for Microsoft® Windows®
File Name:Network_Driver_114JK_WN32_10.0.1.0_A00.EXE
Download Type:HTTP File Size:92 MB
Format Description Dell Update Packages (DUP) in Microsoft Windows 32bit format have been designed to run on Microsoft Windows 64bit Operating Systems. Dell Update Packages (DUP) in Microsoft Windows 64bit format will only run on Microsoft Windows 64bit Operating Systems. When selecting a device driver update be sure to select the one that is appropriate for your operating system.
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Re: Dell and Windoows Updates Win10H. SecureLine VPN
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2017, 11:38:36 AM »
If you want to solve the problem with the router a other driver won't help you.
You need new firmware where the hole is patched.

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Re: Dell and Windoows Updates Win10H. SecureLine VPN
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2017, 10:16:52 AM »
Dear Eddy,

You are always so smartly convinced of your answers, but look have you actually looked up the who is of the above IP address ?
If you did, you'd find that this is one of the IP addresses of an internet provider, as follows  :
Address type   IPv4   
ASN   11427 - SCRR-11427 - Time Warner Cable Internet LLC
ISP   Spectrum
Connection type   Cable
Organization   Road Runner
Timezone   America/Chicago (UTC-5)
Local time   03:13:22
Country   United States     United States
State / Region   Texas
District / County   Bexar County
City   San Antonio
Zip / Postal code   78288

In other words, this is not the IP address of the person using that particular ISP, but one of the IP addresses that appears to be used by the load balancer of the
particular ISP.   This tells me that Avast WIFI Inspector is picking up something as "vulnerable and accessible from the internet" that is ACTUALLY INTENDED TO BE
accessible from the internet.  Now, can you please let AVAST know this, and have them fix this.  Mere logic ought to tell you that I am right on this one.  Think it through, please.