I have two unrecognized connections when I run Netstat (-b). the connections are as follows:
TCP LAN:3509 184.108.40.206:47611 CLOSING 2892 [System]
[TCP LAN:3692 220.127.116.11:47611 CLOSING 2892 [System]
TCP LAN:1490 cdce-vip.bsn002.internap.com:http TIME_WAIT 0
TCP LAN:1513 cdce-vip.bsn002.internap.com:http TIME_WAIT 0
TCP LAN:1514 cdce-vip.bsn002.internap.com:http TIME_WAIT 0
Specificaly for the URL, the ports change from day to day (other ports include 1348-1352, 4560-4564). The IP address listed does not resolve to the URL and only shows up spuratically. Further, the -b switch does not list a process for the connection.
I've tried to close down as many active processes as possible to isolate the program without success. They are not there when I boot in safe w/networking.
I run Win XP SP3 and use AVG, Zone,Superantispyware, ATF Cleaner and Malwarebytes. I have no known problems.
How can I diagnose these connections? Any thoughts on what they might be?
Thanks for your help
Edited by Entropy2, 18 December 2009 - 10:34 AM.