Hi! After installing the latest version of Skype, the firewall of ESS has reported that it has blocked multiple port scans from various ip-adresses (not Skype's corporate ip:s). The targeted ports are all used for Skype: 80, 443, and the port for incoming traffic that was originally generated at setup. The port scan attacks are reported when Skype is not running. I am not sure if these are maclicious port scans, or if it they are initiated by Skype on other users' machines. As far as I understand, Skype uses P2P technology, so the reported port scans may just be normal Skype behaviour? The thing that puzzles me is that I would expect the P2P-network that Skype operates on to be informed whether I am connected or not. If so, then nobody should be trying to reach my computer whenever I am not running Skype...? Is there anyone who has experienced the same problem and/or knows if these reported port scans can be safely ignored?