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Odd ports and my firewall

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#1 Veraken


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Posted 06 September 2005 - 04:41 PM

Hello there
Lately Ive been going thru my firewall log just to see what is being blocked and all. Lately I've been getting a lot of svchost programs being blocked fromreally odd ports (24000-60000 range) coming from my IP to some DSN called YOUR-LX3D5IG0IG. Also one going thru port 53 to ns9.attibbi.com. my limited knowledge says those large port#s are bad. Not sure about the port 53. Any help would be appriciated.


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#2 tg1911


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Posted 07 September 2005 - 01:40 PM

I would have advised that you post a HJT log, but I see you already did.
Help a little

I also see that jahewi is helping you with your log, which you have not responded to yet.
You should let jahewi help you get your system cleaned out, before making anymore changes to your computer.
Any changes you make, after submitting a log, could cause problems with the analysis of your log, and the speed with which your problem is solved.

If this doesn't help with your problem, then post back in the appropriate forum.
In your post, mention that you have already submited a HJT log, and it was cleaned.
This way, we can eliminate the possibility of spyware/malware being the cause of your problem, and we can start looking for a fix to the problem, on a clean machine.
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