"ZoneAlarm Pro blocked traffic to port 4052 on your machine from port 1542 on a remote computer whose IP address is 192.168.1.105." (105 is his computer's internal ip)
I have asked him why there is so many broadcasting signal going out from his computer, but he refused to answer me. I knew he always hack into his classmate's computer by getting the password by looking over shoulder. I knew that he could not be trusted.
okay,let me first provide more information. There are totally 4 computers in the network. One is my desktop which I mostly used, one is my laptop, and one is my girlfriend's laptop. These 3 computers are in my bedroom. The 4th computer is his laptop, in the living room. All the computers are connected to linksys router WRT54G. The router is in my bedroom too. My desktop is using wired connection. All the others including his laptop are using wireless connection. My desktop , laptop and my gf's laptop are using Windows XP. These 3 computers are password protected and they can share file, and printer with each together. I 've set 3 different directories in my desktop which other 2 computers can look into and share. These 3 directories can only be accessed by specific usernames and password. These 3 computers formed a network with the same workgroup name. I have used ZA pro firewall in these 3 computers to block all other internal ip. All 3 computers are running Kaspersky Antivirus, ZA pro firewall and Spybot.
The router is using the official linksys fireware, and only I knew the password for the router. I have set the router can be only accessed by wired connection thru https. So theoretically, only my desktop can configure the router. Now, I have closed all the port on the router for his ip, 192.168.1.105. leaving only port 21, 53, 80 and 443 opened.
and I keep checking netstat and arp to see if there is any suspicious activities.
Since he is using the same router with us. What else can I do? is my computer safe now? I suspect that he knows which website I am visiting or he can read my MSN message. He is using packet sniffer, but does it really work in the network using router? What else he can do to get any data from my computer? and how can I prevent it?