I`m here again, I ran Netstat on TDS system analysis, it showed a line saying: UDP 127.0.0.1:1040 *.* when I right clicked on this line and selected "what is port 1040" TDS said Port 1040 = RAT infiltrator. I run AVG6(fully updated) no virus found. I ran Spybot S&D nothing found, I had already done a scan with TDS, and obviously it was running when I was using the Netstat, but no reports of any trojan activity. I did a Google search on port 1040 some reports of a keylogger using this. I ran Sygate personal firewall and had a look at what program was using port 1040, it said, Program files / ie plorer/ process 429451, I did not understand what it meant, so fearing that I may have a new keylogger on my computer, I blocked that connection off. After a while I came offline to have my dinner, When I tried to get back online, I could not connect to my ISP, I could not get online at all, I turned my computer on/off tried again, no luck. Then I thought what if I allow that connection on port 1040, so I open Sygate, allowed the connection, and now I am back on line.Would I be correct in thinking that it was a legal program that was using port 1040, if so, why was TDS telling me "Port 1040 = RAT infiltrator"