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Firewall problem maybe


buteman
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Just browsing through Emisofts Hijackfree and found those 2 problems.

http://analyze.hijackfree.com/analyze/details/?type=port&name=1025

http://analyze.hijackfree.com/analyze/details/?type=port&name=1029

Now I am not sure if they are False positives or not but anyone know how I would find out for sure.

Just Downloaded Eset Smart Security on Wednesday and using there firewall.So not sure if it is there Firewall or Windows firewall where the problem lies.

I know very little about Firewalls so not that sure where to start.

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KRONOS the First

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If as I suspect these are nasties and this suggests they are, trojan port List, how do you manage to get so many problems, I cannot remember the last time I got anything unpleasant on my PC and I only use two anti programs + firewall and I download quite a bit via U torrent (legal stuff) yet I only scan my PC when I get a nag screen and of course after downloading something and yet I get nothing. Puzzling.

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buteman

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Chronus

Not sure if they are problems or not as Emisoft never warned me of any when running scans I only found them when looking through their Hijackfree program.

I did run another scan from another program which said all my ports were locked and Ok.

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buteman

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This is what i get when i open Hijackfree and go to, Open local ports.

http://analyze.hijackfree.com/analyze/?id=9ccd797f-af29-48ca-81d4-3ee9fbcfc1e8

When opening the first problem file I noticed a log from TDS Killer So not sure if it is showing that as the problem.

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buteman

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Just run this on both ports and it finds no problems.

http://www.speedguide.net/portscan.php?port=1029&tcp=1&udp=1

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KRONOS the First

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Ignore it then.

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buteman

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Yes was thinking that myself Chronus I have set the filter to high on both ports just to be in the safe side.Thanks.

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