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Dear Users,

I have had no problems for quite a while now whilst using this computer but it seems there is something suspicious going on.

I have a stat to blazingtools.net in the netstat which I believe to Be a KeyLogger and No-one has Installed It because This Is My Computer and It is fairly new.

I have also been getting messages from my firewall concerning ICMP type 4 trying to connect to the network.

Also, I keep getting port scan attacks which I believe to be pretty normal but not when It happens more than 50 times every hour. ( Sometimes )

Also When I Check My Sygate firewall there seems to be quite a lot of traffic which is again normal HOWEVER some of the traffic seems to be things like ad.doubleclick.net and various other names. ( Which I have Blocked Advertising In The Hosts )

I have logged A few of the port scans and it seems as though it seems to be scanning these ports and various other ports:

139, 6129, 445, 135 some of which are normal windows ports and others not. The scans come from different IP addresses and none of which are mine.

Also Recently when checking netstat -a i seem to have the following :

I have these ports listening : 1028, 10110, 1032, through TCP

1086, 4500, 1054, 1085, 1900 through UDP *:*

Well does anyody have any ideas about these ports and the problems it causes if any ?

Thanks For Your Help :tazz:
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