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leppi88

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Hi there...

My ports are vulnerable to hackers and i need some help...(please)

https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2

The above address is one i went into to check the vulnerability of my ports....

I clicked proceed then under Shieldup!! Services I pressed common ports and let it do a scan on my pc's ports...

i recently did it and it said everything was "stealth" which means its secure...

then i did soemthing with zonealarm or something else and i did this scan again and it comes up as closed, which means no one is accessing the ports but they are volatile to hackers...

i dont know how to get them "stealthed again" :tazz:(((

I installed zonealarms again, no go...put mcafee firewall on, no go...

now i just installed "norton internet security" which has a firewall, antivirus and spammer check but still no luck.

I also went into start, regedit and under HKEY_CURRENT_USER and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE i look for anything to do with zonealarms, deleted it then reinstalled it, still no go...

i have tried the following programs:

1. mcafee firewall
2. norton firewall
3. hacker smacker
4. tiny personal firewall

etc....

If you have any idea how i can get my ports stealthed again could you please let me know?

thanks.
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Closing this topic as it is a duplicate post. Please stick to ONE thread only for the same problem. Thank you for your cooperation. :tazz:
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