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Viruses attacking my ports


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fleming

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I keep getting attack attempts to my port. It tell's me that the LoveSan and now the LSASS Exploit are trying to attack me, but my antivirus is repelling them, which is good.

My question is: I have the IP Address, is there anyway i can find out who,what,where these attacks are from?

I know the Lovesan is a mass-emailing virus, so it is quite possible someone that has my email address has this virus, and they keep trying to infect me.
I have had this issue for about 3 days now, and it was all of a sudden.

So is there something i can do with the IP address only?

Any help is appreciated.

Fleming
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kool808

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search for the proper fix here : http://securityrespo...dex/indexV.html

Have an On-line scan at this sites: Trend Micro or Panda Scan or BitDefender.

REBOOT again.

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visit Trojan Scan and http://www.snapfiles...ojanhunter.html
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samiko

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you could block that IP address on your firewall, or close that port.
you can do a trace to that IP but as Kool808 mentioned but you rather be careful and secure your machine instead.
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