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#1 farmerdan


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Posted 17 June 2005 - 01:35 PM

When I review my fport log i see that a few listed programs in both tcp and udp ports do not show anything in the path column. Is this a norm, or should i be concerned about it?
My os is windows xp{sp2}.
What does "Pid" mean?
I began this fport {and attacker} processes after i started having problems with my ie home page and a friend suggested that i may have been hijacked.
The page would load but only as far down as the search bar. Before this problem occurred the page kept changing at different times although it did fully load. {Imay not have had my preferences properly set though.}
Any insight to the condition would be appreciated.

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