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my pc is pinging a nonexistent ip locally- rootkit?? trojan??


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#1 jen468

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Posted 11 December 2014 - 03:57 PM

My pc ip is 10.232.110.57. I am able to ping a few ip addresses. 10.75.0.88, 10.75.0.89, 10.75.0.90.

other pcs on the network with similar address to mine - cant ping any of these 10.75 addresses. when i do a tracert there is only one hop. So it doesnt even touch my gateway. so it seems that my pc is listening somehow on that address as well.

 

doing an ipconfig or checking the adapter properites shows nothing.

 

any clues of where to start? tdskiller, malewarebytes, gmer came back clean. i dont see any obvious processes.

 

thanks

jen

 

 



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