these are the IP addresses of the origin of the attempted access, they need not relate to your own IP address.
From APNIC the source of the first address is:
inetnum: 220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168
descr: TIME Telecommunications Sdn Bhd
descr: Kuala Lumpur
and from LACNIC the second address belongs to:
owner: TELECOMUNICACOES DE SAO PAULO S.A. - TELESP
I've no idea why these phone companies should be so interested in your ISP (unless they are gathering statistics on a competitor, who knows. It's unlikely to be aimed specifically at you but just incase, run the scans outlined below. To fix the problem go into the Zone Alarm config and tell it not to notify you every time it does something ("turn off reporting"? can't remember the name). See ZA help for details.
I use WindowsXP Pro, Zone Alarm and Ad-ware anti virus protection.
Windows XP Pro is an operating system that includes a poor firewall. You should turn off the Windows firewall.
Zone Alarm - what version? - is a firewall and could have some anti-virus action, depends.
Ad-Aware - what version? - Ad-Aware SE is a free anti-spyware application it has no anti-virus capability.
If you have no anti-virus program installed on your system you should immediately download and install AVG Free from (US Link): AVG Free
Anti-Virus program, 1
Firewall and many
Anti-Spyware programs, supplemented by occasional online Anti-Virus scans.
Run some of these free online scans:
Online trojan scanner: http://www.windowsecurity.com/trojanscan/
Here are some links to free online Anti-Virus scans
. They do take some time to load and run and in some cases you can only use Internet Explorer, with ActiveX enabled, to access them but they are an excellent support for your existing anti-virus program.Panda
Active Scan online - http://www.pandasoftware.com/activescan/
Internet Explorer only. Requires email address. Requires Active-X components to be installed. Approx 12MB download.BitDefender
online scan - http://www.bitdefender.com/scan/licence.php
Internet Explorer only. Must agree to a EULA. Need to allow installation of an Active X component. Some of the options are not clearly explained.McAfee
online scan - http://www.pcpitstop.com/freescan/Security Advisor
(?) - http://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/virusinfo/scan.aspxTrend Micro
Housecall - http://uk.trendmicro-europe.com/enterprise...call_launch.php
(European version, supports Netscape, Mozilla, Firefox and Opera
Link to 'Online Scan' at the top rhs of the page. Requires IE and Active-X components.
"does not scan RAM, boot sectors and MBRs, so it cannot detect malicious code located in these areas."