i checked TDS-3's System Analysis--Netstat to see what ports were opening/listening etc., and i've seen this here before but didn't really know what it was since i seem to have quite a few things in Netstat listed as listening. But this time i thought i'd check it out with a google search to see exactly what this Network Blackjack is. It's listening on port TCP 1025 (the other port listed there to the right is 20517) when i did a google search with just Network Blackjack the page wouldn't display....but when i reversed the names, alot of gambling listed sites came up, some....seemed more than just gambling. i went to the Internet Storm Centre and from what i think i am seeing, and probably not understanding, but this is looking like a trojan to me.......umm...is it? my TDS-3, NOD32, Trojan Hunter, AdAware+, Spybot Search&Destroy are all up to date, and i do regular scans, and nothing has alerted to anything suspicious or any suspicious ports. my firewall, Sygate Pesonal Firewall ver 5, doesn't show anything out of the ordinary...but then i am still getting use to reading the different IP's and packets. (i'm on cable and with a D-Link router/firewall....XP-Home, have XP's internal firewall disabled, and on a cable modem) i really hope someone can tel me that is not a trojan and i have nothing to worry about. But i'd sure like to know what it is that's listening.....i have never played BlackJack..~l~ and have not played any on-line gambling games on this pc.....or any other pc. (oh..did a deep files search of the entire HD and nothing came up even close to anything with that name or close to it) any enlightment would be very much appreciated.