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found a problem in my netstat setting

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#1 tolsta


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Posted 11 February 2018 - 06:54 PM

 Proto  Local Address          Foreign Address        State
  TCP    db5sch101110923:https  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    a23-195-135-39:http    TIME_WAIT
  TCP    a104-98-2-179:http     TIME_WAIT
  TCP    wo-in-f188:5228        ESTABLISHED
  TCP    94:https               ESTABLISHED
  TCP    srv-eu-ldn-4:https     CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    ec2-52-44-189-113:https  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    66-180-66-123:https    CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    66-180-66-123:https    CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    [2a00:23c4:5482:8100:ae81:12ff:feb7:9e6c]:49991  rtr3:https             ESTABLISHED
  TCP    [2a00:23c4:5482:8100:ae81:12ff:feb7:9e6c]:49992  [2400:cb00:2048:1::681f:4ade]:https  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    [2a00:23c4:5482:8100:ae81:12ff:feb7:9e6c]:49993  [2400:cb00:2048:1::6813:c066]:https  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    [2a00:23c4:5482:8100:ae81:12ff:feb7:9e6c]:49997  lhr35s02-in-x02:https  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    [2a00:23c4:5482:8100:ae81:12ff:feb7:9e6c]:49998  lhr35s04-in-x0e:https  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    [2a00:23c4:5482:8100:ae81:12ff:feb7:9e6c]:49999  lhr25s02-in-x0e:https  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    [2a00:23c4:5482:8100:ae81:12ff:feb7:9e6c]:50003  lhr35s07-in-x02:https  ESTABLISHED
can anyone help as to stop this intrusion or what are the os referring too ???
thanks if you can help

Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 12 February 2018 - 07:11 PM.
Moved from 'Internal hardware' to 'Networking'.

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Posted 21 February 2018 - 07:04 PM

I don't see a problem as such. These are connections, mostly originating from your device, to various points on the Internet. Many are Google addresses, some Android/Google messaging services. I see one or two that look like Microsoft telemetry addresses, but I don't have my list handy. The ones with the long addresses at the bottom are IPV6 addresses, the lhr25s0x at least appear to be Google. Are there any of these in particular you are concerned about? It's a fair bit of work to chase each one down individually.

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