Kernell32 & Explorer.exe internet access.

  Gordon Comstock 19:18 09 Aug 04

Continuously getting prompts from Sygate to allow these to access the internet.

Just like this: click here
which was never resolved.

What's occurring?

  canard 20:58 09 Aug 04

Don't know so be deeply suspicious. Have a lot of this and in applications have checked the box NEVER let kernel32.dll access the internet -everything still works OK. So it isn't needed and therefore looks dodgey plus.

  Gordon Comstock 21:13 09 Aug 04

You're on NTL aren't you Canard. I wonder if it's just some normal network traffic? 'ntl' was in the lookup details on one of the I.P addresses.

  canard 21:21 09 Aug 04

Yes I'm on NTL. But never found an explanation for kernel32.dll using the web abd there has been no need for it to in six months. As I have no idea what is normal or otherwise internet traffic am cautious. Incidentally the new version of Sygate has conniptions when accessing BBC Listen Again and updating AVG -it reports port scan critical .Also gets neurotic when Winamp plays an online file and thinks it's an application hijack.

  Gordon Comstock 17:38 11 Aug 04

Nothing to worry about apparently,canard.

Originating from here:click here

'registered IP's for functional operating of the Internet = harmless'

'Dedicated to preserving the central coordinating functions of the global Internet for the public good'

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