Ok so a few weeks back (July 18th) i got a letter stating "your home devices could be at risk" A device connected to my network has been identified as having a potential multicast DNS vulnerability.
I put this down to recently putting my PS4 into a DMZ. So i changed that back to see if that might of been the cause.
I recieved another letter on the 21st saying the same thing and now wondered if it was in fact a recent update i had to my router causing this issue to show up as a false problem (its a gaming router so it prioratises certain traffic and some other wizardry.
Today i recieved an email saying:
"They had been notified by a third party that malicious traffic has been detected coming from a device using your internet connection."
I have a Netduma Router and can see all the devices connected to my network and there isn't anything on there that shouldn't be. I've run Security, Spybot and Malwarebytes scan on My computer and my two kids laptops with all coming back clean. I've even scanned my phone, being the only android devices in the house and thats come back clean also.
Is it possible that I've been emailed in error?
The email states that if its not fixed then they could suspend or cancel my broadband!
Obviously i don't want that to happen but with nothing new on my network and all devices have been scanned and checked I'm not sure what else I'm supposed to do.
If anyone at Virgin could shed some light on the matter I'd appreciate it.