Kerio Warning

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Kerio warns me that 220.181.71.35 want to send me a UDP to my what looks
like my antivira folder.  From a strange port (has 5 digits)  Message is
set to stay always on top so I had to kill it, after denying.
A whois lookup on 220.181.71.35 got me stuff I did not understand but
made me suspicious.
Comments from folks in the know?

TIA

Lou

Re: Kerio Warning

lounotreal@optonline.net says...
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Belongs to Chinanet. So unless you have some Chinese software
that might be wanting to update itself over the net, you don't
want this one.
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Re: Kerio Warning

Befunge Sudoku wrote:
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Thanks

Lou


Re: Kerio Warning

Lou wrote:

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http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/whois.ch?ip=220.181.71.35

Is your anti-virus program of Chinese origin?

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Re: Kerio Warning

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Sounds like a great program.  How do you get Zone Alarm Pro to warn that a
IP address wants to connect?  I see warnings that programs want to access
the net, but I don't see IP addresses that are trying to connect.

From time to time, I'll check TCPview and see a strange IP address - which
usually traces to Akamai Technologies.

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