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I have Syegate as my firewall, and i keep getting a message about NDIS User Mode I/O Driver trying to access the network. I 'm also recieving the same message about svchost.exe generic host process for win 32 services. I was curious if anybody knows if these programs are safe and should i allow these programs access to my computer. BTW i'm a newbie thanx in advance
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This is normal ;)


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thanks for responding Excal i wanted to know is it ok to allow these programs access and are they safe is it spyware or not thanx in advance
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They are not spyware and yes its safe.

I have sygate also, same thing happened to me, so I checked it out and all came back good ;)


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thanx!!! Now i can allow the programs access and still can feel confident that my computer is safe thanx again Excal :tazz: ;)
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My pleasure ;)


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