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My system logs show that psad detects scans like this every minute.

psad: scan detected: 192.168.1.10 -> 192.168.1.1 udp: [53] udp pkts: 2 DL: 2

If the first address is mine, and the second address is my router, then this would be a scan coming from my computer, correct?

Is this anything to worry about?

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What is the output for cat /etc/resolv.conf and nslookup server –  jippie Oct 14 '12 at 9:36

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Port 53 is DNS; nothing to worry about unless you peep in with Wireshark and find that the requests are for hosts you don't visit.

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