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Is Remote Access Considered Malware?

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I'm not sure if this is the right forum or not, but about a year ago I needed help removing some spyware and this sight was a HUGE help. Since then I have had programs like AVG and Zone Alarm running and updating but it seems I keep coming up with new viruses and trojans and all kinds of stuff that I don't put there. Is it possible that someone has access to my computer remotely? The reason I ask is because Zonealarm keeps blocking a netBIOS session on my other networked computer, but each time it blocks it I noticed the port # goes up by one. Is it possible someone is using netBIOS to try to hack into my computer? And if so, what can be done about it. My other computer is working fine. If I didn't have so many programs and files I wanted to keep I'd just format the darn thing and start again. Any advice is greatly appreciated, thanks for your time,


Edited by JSlayer, 18 February 2007 - 06:41 PM.

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