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Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

There has been multiple "Default block Microsoft windows 2000 SMB,Blocked port 445 in bound TCP connections"

And 1 of "unused port blocking has blocked communications inbound TCP connections EPMAP Blocked xxxxx port dcom(135)

Remote address xxxxxx port Xserver 6000

With my Router I never had any of these attempts picked up by Norton,Is this normal when you share someone else's  internet connection???

Thanks for any clarity on this,NIS is blocking it so I'm happy but what are these to my family members PC when I plug "it" back into the Modem?They do use Sype/yahoo etc.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013

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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Can you check what program is using that port?

I've got the same log on the port uTorrent uses....

Message Edited by PapauZ on 12-06-2008 01:21 PM
Windows 10 Hungarian, Norton Internet Security v22.9.0.71
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Hi PapauZ

Correct me if I'm wrong but is u torrent music file sharing as they did have imesh which they downloaded music files from.But that is now removed.

How do you check what program is using which port?.

This will set the cat amongst the pigeons but I will mention it They are only using the windows firewall+AVG free (I installed MBAM which removed a few things)plus an old version of Spybot.NOW remember they are my parents so are less with it than I am .That is why I'm posting about these things turning up in MY NIS2009 when I use their connection.I want to make their PC as secure as possible BUT with them being able to use the products installed.YES I would like them to use NIS2009 the cost factor and on going renewal/upgrades may be beyond them.I will appreciate any input with any advice from others who have done this with their parents.

Sorry for the extra info on this post but I'm sure many of you live long distant from parents and only want the best for them regarding PC security etc.

Message Edited by mo on 12-06-2008 07:28 PM
Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

You can do it ie. by google what programs can use exact ports. I did it for you with this 445: http://www.petri.co.il/what's_port_445_in_w2k_xp_2003.htm

It is used for some MS services: file and printer sharing's.

If you never use it on that computer, you can close it. There's a how to for that in the page I linked for you above with a really good explanation about the services too.

Edit: here's a list about ports and 'who' is using them: http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers


mo wrote:

Correct me if I'm wrong but is u torrent music file sharing as they did have imesh which they downloaded music files from.But that is now removed.


Not exactly only for music, but it's a peer-2-peer application too.

Message Edited by PapauZ on 12-07-2008 01:50 AM
Windows 10 Hungarian, Norton Internet Security v22.9.0.71
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Hi PapauZ

If I close it there won't be any problems so it is just used for sending files to a printer/or another computer?I read the article but I understood a fraction of it.Is Net Bios  or bios= Basic input out put and that translates as information going into your computer and information going out??

I wish it was as simple as close the ports that you don't want being used,but will not stuff up anything else that may need the port in the future.Is that why NIS's smart firewall is so darn handy to the computer illiterate?Thanks.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

You should just do this:

How to disable port 445?

You can easily disable port 445 on your computer. To do so follow these instructions:

  1. Start Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

  2. Locate the following key in the registry:

HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\
Services\NetBT\Parameters

  1. In the right-hand side of the window find an option called TransportBindName.

  2. Double click that value, and then delete the default value, thus giving it a blank value.

  1. Close the registry editor.

  2. Reboot your computer.

After rebooting open a command prompt and in it type

netstat -an

See that your computer no longer listens to port 445.

 

 

 

 

NetBios can stay :D I think you need it to be able to connect to the internet too (but not sure with this...)

Windows 10 Hungarian, Norton Internet Security v22.9.0.71
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Hi PapauZ

I have not as yet followed your advice as I'm still unsure if I close this port that it will not effect something else?Is port 445 also the secure port for downloading or rather https?sorry if I'm a bit confused with this but I want to be sure when I fiddle with the registry that I wont "break"something else.As this smb microsoft is still happening all the time as in 60+ connection attempts blocked since I have been on the net!!!Nearly all at least with the same IP twice then a new IP twice and so on.They are all inbound TCPs on port 445 

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Hi

I have looked up the IP addresses that have been blocked The majority are from my family members ISPs Ip address range being blocked on the 445 port SMB,A few from China being blocked on the 135 port(EPMAP)1 from China on an unused port block on port 22,And 2 from pakistan on port 135.In amongst this is Javas jqsnotify.exe preparing to access the internet at regular intervals.Can anyone say whats going on???

As when I'm hooked up to my router and my own ISP I get none of this!!

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Run a full system scan + run superantispyware on that pc too. Maybe something is in the dark... ;) :D
Windows 10 Hungarian, Norton Internet Security v22.9.0.71
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Hi Again PapauZ

I have done the full system scan/Plus MBAM nothing is showing up,Can I add superanti spyware or is that overkill?

AS I am using my mums IP address are these intrusions actually affecting her machine when she is using the cable modem???As I have NIS2009 but she does not?Need some help as I'm not That much of a computer thinker,But to my way of thinking if this is coming down the cable to her non "protected" computer what is going on in her machine??

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....


mo wrote:

Hi Again PapauZ

I have done the full system scan/Plus MBAM nothing is showing up,Can I add superanti spyware or is that overkill?

AS I am using my mums IP address are these intrusions actually affecting her machine when she is using the cable modem???As I have NIS2009 but she does not?Need some help as I'm not That much of a computer thinker,But to my way of thinking if this is coming down the cable to her non "protected" computer what is going on in her machine??


You can install superantispyware, the free version doesn't support real time protection, only manual scans, and it didn't have to start at the winstartup.

I would try to install the trial or the full (if you have remaining pc's from your NIS licence) NIS on that pc too, and check it. If her pc doesn't have those programs, and those ports are not open like on yours, then nothing to worry about ;).



Edit: NIS normally has a 3 pc licence, if you haven't installed NIS on 3 pc's (so at the moment don't use it on 3 pc), then you can install it on her pc too.
Edit2: If you can't install NIS on her pc, then use some free apps, like the free AVG antivirus with the free ZoneAlarm (don't know how they can work together, I never tried it).Message Edited by PapauZ on 12-15-2008 08:56 AM
Windows 10 Hungarian, Norton Internet Security v22.9.0.71
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Hi PapauZ

hey I really want to thank you for your time on this.I haven't got a 3 license NIS unfortunately although my subscription is running out in a few months.How does NIS2009 go for a license in another country can it work??If I buy a 3pc NIS2009 and put one on my mums PC even though we are in different countrys.MODs is this in the rules???

Yes we are looking at Super anti spyware.Although NIS2009 has the firewall + protection.Thanks for a great idea PapauZ.I might start another thread regarding the 3 license use in different country's if there is no problems with it.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Are you sure?

If you log-in to www.mynortonaccount.com site, and you see thing like this:

Productname                                          Expiry date          Product information        Protected to

Norton Internet Security (3-User)     yyyy.mm.dd.                  See  p.i.                       3 PCs

Norton 360                                      yyyy.mm.dd.                  See p.i.                        3 PCs

Then you have the 3pc licence (which is as I know the boxed version too)

Windows 10 Hungarian, Norton Internet Security v22.9.0.71
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Re: Since Re connecting to the internet via family members cable modem....

Hi PapauZ

I had NIS2008 and upgraded to NIS2009 that's why I do not have the 3 PC license.I have also downloaded SuperAnti spyware and My mums machine came up clean except for 2 tracking cookies.Thanks again for your help.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013

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