***loads of optional junk you don't need to read to understand my problem*** So. Not so long ago I had no firewall, and had disabled my routeur's firewall as it was to complicated to forward specific ports with the junk. I knew the risks but was willing to take it because 1) I'm a stupid gamer that wants to play without having to bother about which ports to know for each games 2) I have a strong anti-virus ( or so I think ) that gives me a feeling of being secure. Now when i got my first trojan attack and saw that Avast Pro was not capable of stopping it in time before it did *plenty* of damage, i bought Look'n'stop, after reading plenty of test from various sources and I decided Look'n'stop was the best as it is one of those who leaks the less while having a simple rule table and low memory usage. Got my computer cleaned and then I continued on with my routine and downloaded plenty of rules from this site to make my firewall perfect. Unfortunately, I'm not good enough to make my rules myself and I didn't get some of my most used games (as Dawn of war) working online. So i sometime exit the firewall for short periods of time. I know that's stupid and you guys will probably tell me it's my fault and that I need to go drown somewhere but well, I'll ask anyway cos maybe that'll interest you to help me out. ***end of the optional junk*** When I look at the LnS log, (and I'm sure it didn't do that before), I have loads and loads of attempt to connect that appears , nearly 5 per seconds, to plenty of different adresses. This is a screenshot of what I can see globally: ( the list always scroll and scroll very fast ) http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/2044/loglnsbz5.th.jpg when I look specifically at some, it says I'm the source most times, and that I'm the direction sometimes. As I have heard, this kind of behaviour could be from a p2p software, problem is: I don't use any, and I tried killing all the programs that I use to access internet in different means like Skype, Firefox, msn, hamachi, but it's of no use, i can still see all those adresses scrolling. So, question is: is my PC really a zombie ? Or do you have another explanation ?