If you have a maleware you might receive a message (SMS) from ELISA saying that is the case. However the message does not tell you WHEN. This is ridiculous situation! Maybe you had visitors connected to your network one day. Many customers have plenty devices at home - which one will you try to fix? The simplest way of finding out which one it is and getting rid of the problem is: 1. disconnect all devices. 2. Connect back one each day. 3. The day the unwanted network traffic occurs - bingo that is likely the device with maleware. Then buy a new device or fix that device. But how do you know when the traffic occurs?
---> ELISA please provide date or similar in your messages on which the disturbing traffic occurs
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It seems like at least some routers are insecure and do that. Are your router updated or secured?
You may post a name of your router.
It is also recommended to keep your OS and virus protections up to date. Most free options out here are just fine like Avast despite someone screaming at how bad they are (usually paid companies).
Elisa will usually open your internet connection after malware or spam is out of sight.