Intruder alert

  Number6 21:04 19 Jan 04

Hi all,
I'm running Black Ice 2.9 firewall.Got a red alert just now.
In the event log it says; TCP data changed.The intruder name is that of my own computer.The destination Port was 80.
Surely I'm not hacking my own system?
The advICE page says this:
An overlap in new TCP data has been observed,& the overlapping data has changed between the two packets.
It also says it may be a false positive,in that the intrusion is triggered if the TCP data has changed within two frames,but in theory this should never happen.
In short I'm not sure what all this means,or if I should worry.
Any reassurance would be great!

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