please help me?

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  1. Flava

    Flava Registered Member

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    Hello can someone help me? i test from GRC website and it shows this, and ì am worry because it says something about trojan,:



    Trojan Sightings: Breach, SocketsDetroie




    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=30lgy3c&s=4
     

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  2. Kerodo

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    What did the GRC test show? Did you have any Open ports? Or just Closed and/or Stealth? You need to post more details about the scan. I think what's scaring you is simply some descriptive information relating to Port 1, but we need to know if any of your ports show Open, etc....
     
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    Yes port1 was open, please can anyone help me what to do?
    how can i make so port1 will remain stealth ?
    thanks.
     

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  5. noone_particular

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    Blue does not indicate an open port. Open ports are red. Blue means closed, not stealthed. Are you by any chance using Tiny Personal Firewall 2.0.15? If not, what firewall are you using? Do you have a router or DSL modem?
     
  6. Flava

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    yes i have router D-Link and using service-pack3 firewall.
    what should i do please?
    it shows even here at PCFlank they sent something to TCP:1 it says,
    what should i do ??
     

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  7. Stem

    Stem Firewall Expert

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    Hi Flava,

    First, dont panic.

    It is the router that is being scanned, not your system

    Go into the router settings and port forward those 2 ports to either your PC IP or to a non-existent IP within the LAN.

    - Stem
     
  8. Fajo

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    It could be a adaptive firewall. basically it keeps all ports closed then stealth's them if it scenes something is not right.. like a port scan. some Dlink firewalls especiale the gaming edition one has this kind of a firewall. all it says tho is not stealthed your still secure. nothig is geting thur its just seein the port is all.
     
  9. doktornotor

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    The stealth madness strikes back... :mad: o_O

    You should do nothing, you are just fine. The tests you are using are broken and spread FUD. There's absolutely no additional security with stealthed ports vs. closed ports.
     
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