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Norton just found Teredo Tunneling pseudo-Interface

Hello

Today I noticed in norton history "Protecting your connection to a newly detected network on adapter Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface". I have NIS like 3 years and I never seen Teredo. Always had msgs like ""Protecting your connection to a newly detected network on adapter Software Loopback Interface or Intel(R) Ethernet Connetion" but never Teredo. Is that possible someone connected to my wi-fi or just hacked me? I know that Teredo is a driver but I never install this driver, intel only.I can't block Teredo because error and norton can't find it

I really need help because I have no idea what to do.

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Re: Norton just found Teredo Tunneling pseudo-Interface

That is a Microsoft feature that works with IPv6. It is part of the operating system and nothing to worry about.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Thank you so much for fast answer

Many people recommended to disable IPv6, but I'm not a fan of this idea. I have 2 msgs  "Protecting your connection to a newly detected network on adapter Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface" with different IP address and one msg "Connected to a public network. (Teredo tunnel adapter(::0))" . Sounds like I connected with public network and I'm pretty sure it's not really safe.Should I just ignore it?

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Yes you can ignore those messages as they are just logged entries that can be used when diagnosing problems. Normally I recommend that you not bother looking at the Norton History unless you are having a problem. There are many entries like you found that only worry a user that does not understand what is happening.

Public networks are treated more securely than a private network as far as Norton is concerned.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Re: Norton just found Teredo Tunneling pseudo-Interface

Not recommended to disable IPv6 as eventually when all the IPv4 addresses have run out, then IPv6 will be the main protocol.

Windows 10 Home X 64 Norton Security Premium Current
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I'm curious why I have teredo. I didn't install anything, just turned off my pc and I found it next day

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See my post above. It is part of your Windows operating system. It has always been there. If you check back in your Norton History, (maybe pages back) I'm fairly sure you will see more entries for it.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Re: Norton just found Teredo Tunneling pseudo-Interface

Hello

There is a setting in Norton where that setting can turn it off so you don't see Toredo even though it is still there. It should be turned on especially since you want to use Advanced Program Control

Settings>Firewall>Advanced Program Control>scroll down to Advanced Program Control for IPv6 for NAT Traversal Traffic   turned on.

Thanks.

Success always occurs in private and failure in full view. Windows 7 Pro 64 bit NSBU 22.17.0.183 Core Firmware 282 I E 11 Chrome latest version.
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Re: Norton just found Teredo Tunneling pseudo-Interface

As Peter says, far too many people scroll through History worrying about this entry or that entry.

Norton is just reporting on its activities.

The time to be concerned and look for solutions is when the green tick disappears, or Norton ceases to function.

Even then, a reinstall and restart will usually fix most issues.

Windows 10 Home X 64 Norton Security Premium Current
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Re: Norton just found Teredo Tunneling pseudo-Interface

If I turn if off in norton firewall settings nothing bad will happen? Like connection problems? As Peter says "That is a Microsoft feature" so it can't be dangerous I think. 

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I would not touch the Norton settings. It is called a Smart Firewall for a reason. Unless you are an experienced network administrator, most settings are beyond most user's level of knowledge. Your fear about messing something up could come true.

And as F 4 E notes, there is no reason to be browsing the Norton History unless you are trying to diagnose some problem with your Norton product. Again, unless you know what all the entries are for, it only unnecessarily worries you. Look at the Windows Event Viewer sometime if you really want to get worried.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Re: Norton just found Teredo Tunneling pseudo-Interface

AxelFrost:

If I turn if off in norton firewall settings nothing bad will happen? Like connection problems? As Peter says "That is a Microsoft feature" so it can't be dangerous I think. 

The question is why would you turn it off?  As has been explained, Teredo Tunneling is a part of Windows which is necessary during the rollout of IPv6.  If you block this, some things may not work correctly, as explained in the KB article you can read by clicking the question-mark icon next to the Teredo firewall setting in Norton.

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I read a lot about IPv6 "potential risk". Many posts like 

For now, it's best to disable IPv6 in all possible ways, until you understand how to manage it to protect your privacy.

I'm surprised because I have Norton really long time and first time connected with Teredo Tunneling

And I'm still connected with Intel(R) Ethernet Connection, so I have no idea why Norton just noticed Teredo

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For now, it's best to disable IPv6 in all possible ways, until you understand how to manage it to protect your privacy.

Not sure where you quoted that from, but most people do not know anything about managing IPv4 either. 

I'm surprised because I have Norton really long time and first time connected with Teredo Tunneling

Did you do as I suggested above. Look back over a few of the pages in your Norton History. I have suggested that there are probably many of the same entries over time. Each time you start your computer or wake if from sleep, Norton will log each adapter that is used by Windows as being detected and protected.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Hello Axel

I've been seeing it for years. You may not have noticed it before. As IPv6 gets closer to actually being used, perhaps it will become more active. Toredo is perfectly normal and it is nothing to worry about..

Thanks.

Success always occurs in private and failure in full view. Windows 7 Pro 64 bit NSBU 22.17.0.183 Core Firmware 282 I E 11 Chrome latest version.
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Look back over a few of the pages in your Norton History. I have suggested that there are probably many of the same entries over time. Each time you start your computer or wake if from sleep, Norton will log each adapter that is used by Windows as being detected and protected.

Of course. I check Norton History literally everyday just for sure, and I'm sure that Norton noticed Teredo just 3 days ago (Friday). Because on thursday I have only "connected with Intel(R) Ethernet Connection"

And right, now each time I start my pc I'm connected with Intel and now Teredo

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Hi AxelFrost,

Mate, you've had four Gurus telling you not to worry about this so far, and now you can count me in too.

Don't worry about this!  Security History causes more angst than it should.  I'm another who rarely checks it on my machine.

You know, as the song goes, "Don't worry, be happy...". 

A little bit of knowledge is... well a little bit of knowledge.
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I'm grateful for your patience 

I'm not really into pc, that's why I'm worried about private passwords and things 

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Hello

Please shut down your computer and modem and router. Wait about 5 minutes, then start up your modem/rout and then your computer after all the lights have come on in your router. This will clear out any errors in your modem/router.

If you must look at those History Logs, just look at the Live Update one. The only thing you have to watch is if your Norton has a green checkmark and when you open up the program, it says you are protected.

Thanks.

Success always occurs in private and failure in full view. Windows 7 Pro 64 bit NSBU 22.17.0.183 Core Firmware 282 I E 11 Chrome latest version.
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I tried already 

I need to get used to Teredo I think, because another format makes no sense

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I need to get used to Teredo I think, because another format makes no sense

No, you don't. Let Norton do its job, and stop worrying about things you don't need to.

Windows 10 Home X 64 Norton Security Premium Current
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i do understand the concern of Axel, indeed the toredo tunnel popped up about the same time in my windows, (i did see it before but never had to leave it turned on or never it made me any trouble) but this time me too i saw it (i have norton too but i saw it myself without norton because norton broke down twice before i could read any history logs....i was puzzeling a lot even about the recent reconnecting style of windowns, caused a lot of trouble with drivers and programs, and i realized its connected with also wireless conncections i did not expect and i do not like , seems apps turn on those wireless conncections when they need , and that too i do not like, not even so much worried about privacy ...still i saw my neighbour his printer in my labtop recently ...also the message "coonected to unkknow network does not seem to be ok , finally it seems i had some malware too from an chrome add on private network connecting tunnel , and somehow it connected to the toredo and made my life hell for a few weeks puzzeling why my computers kept crashing, my folders in windows kept disapearing , connections on browsers mentioning that connection is not safe ...and seeing finally nearly all wireless devices being turned on nomatter if i rurned it of in services, preferences of privacy , disabling adaptors and more creative solutions that stil did not solve this fact completely ....so norton had a point , without any doubt, i stilll dont fully understand how to keep my pc s working without wireless mess , but i did switch of the ip6 and alle the rest in thernet ...and still feel the wireless adaptors are swithched on , (i check each time and its correct ) , i am sensitive to wifi so i dont like it at all ...,, keep reading nortons logs , its never bad to understand more, without too much worries but still with understanding what is going on...greets from Belgium ps , who wants to look a bit at a bunch of screenshots just ask

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I just checked my recent norton history, because i just reainstalled windows, and also norton, and malwarebytes, norton rapported when i donwloaded a trusted program (winaero tweaker) that it has no signature, and it comes in over port 80 tcpip , i had impression the warning meant the connection is unprotected somehow, same warning as in my browser of chrome and firefox, now i see the log it confirms something like that, norton considers every program getting out or in even if it is malwarebytes, as an insrusion, does not know what to do but to block acces, the consequence is that malwarebytes does not get uipdated nor can it scnan and switches some funcitions off , norton sends this to evaluate, and i believe it works well, and there is pretty clear a problem with the connection, Indeed norton did see well this acces problem from unkown networrk , it meansions also when i swithced of the driver for toredo, that the ip 6 adres is gone.....i do not understand completerly what is wrong because i am not sure how the router bbox 2 should work precisely , but i do know that there is somnething not what it should be and that started exactly the day one update came with a lot of "virtual drivers and spaceport" ect , maybe the updaate came because the connection was worng, but i suppose the opposite, that it caused the connection to change somehow into what it is ....

any knowledge of network and routers or what could be the cause is very welcome ....Recente geschiedenisalostekst.txtp

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Are you seeing actual effects of Norton actions on your PC, or are you just inferring things from Norton history?

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Teredo only works if you have a public IP directly on your computer (no NAT via router).

If you have a IPv6 address (via router or directly) you don't need teredo at all.

Recommend disabling it, you don't need it and chances are it doesn't even function for you.

Turn off all those "make IPv6 work(kinda, maybe, sometimes) even though you don't have real IPv6" features:

netsh int ipv6 isatap set state disabled
netsh int ipv6 6to4 set state disabled
netsh interface teredo set state disable

(run as admin)

Also FYI Windows Vista (especially SP0) leaked these kinds of things as virtual devices in the device manager. I've seen that problem add 10-30 minutes to a vista computer's boot time (just from being present, even with no network attached). Had to remove 150+ of them via the device manager 1 at a time (well 4 at a time, I had the device manager open 4 times at once).

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