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services.exe connecting to 100's of ip address on port 25


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#1 summasumma

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Posted 29 December 2009 - 02:23 PM

Hi,

I am facing the following issue:
As soon as i connect to the internet, services.exe is opening tcp connections to many UNKNOWN ip address on port 25.
When i issue "netstat -n" command, it is showing 100's of connection to different ip addresses on port 25 as follows:

TCP 115.184.43.237:1304 162.135.8.230:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1311 69.1.140.40:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1314 64.4.176.73:25 TIME_WAIT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1326 64.4.176.95:25 TIME_WAIT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1327 64.4.176.95:25 TIME_WAIT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1330 196.3.81.34:25 TIME_WAIT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1333 89.167.219.1:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1334 209.85.221.97:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1341 138.32.81.77:25 SYN_SENT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1342 64.29.151.238:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1351 199.190.129.137:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1354 189.30.45.133:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1361 209.85.219.2:25 FIN_WAIT_1
TCP 115.184.43.237:1368 205.148.63.121:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1370 205.56.145.35:25 LAST_ACK
TCP 115.184.43.237:1371 68.213.152.195:25 FIN_WAIT_1
TCP 115.184.43.237:1372 131.68.9.133:25 FIN_WAIT_1
TCP 115.184.43.237:1375 94.185.244.12:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1377 82.208.159.177:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1378 168.38.154.17:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1379 129.41.169.121:25 SYN_SENT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1382 64.18.4.11:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1383 12.69.177.15:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1384 174.132.108.228:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1385 89.107.160.104:25 FIN_WAIT_1
TCP 115.184.43.237:1387 205.148.63.121:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1388 216.32.180.22:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1389 195.145.1.12:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1390 207.126.147.13:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1391 140.47.45.28:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1392 212.223.174.152:25 SYN_SENT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1393 88.47.190.39:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1394 207.126.147.10:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1395 204.128.192.27:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1396 80.77.214.54:25 TIME_WAIT
TCP 115.184.43.237:1397 64.78.182.221:25 ESTABLISHED
TCP 115.184.43.237:1398 64.78.182.221:25 ESTABLISHED
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I tried searching techsupportforum.com other threads to solve this problem, but it looks like this issue differs with different infected files.

I have attached the log files after running ComboFix and HiJackThis in my PC.

None of my antivirus softwares are able to solve this issue.
Please help me in resolving this issue.

Thanks,
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#2 summasumma

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Posted 30 December 2009 - 12:12 PM

Hi,

Can anyone help me in solving this issue? I still have the problem.

Thanks,
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Posted 08 January 2010 - 10:12 PM

Hello and welcome to Bleeping Computer

We apologize for the delay in responding to your request for help. Here at Bleeping Computer we get overwhelmed at times, and we are trying our best to keep up. Please note that your topic was not intentionally overlooked. Our mission is to help everyone in need, but sometimes it takes just a little longer to get to every request for help. No one is ignored here.

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Posted 14 January 2010 - 05:35 PM

Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :(

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