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By Wizard-09 ·
My computer is using pop3 on port 110, and its trying to reply to the request on port 1214 kazza i dont run kazza never had.

Looks like this transission control protocol, src port: pop3 (110), Dst port: Kazza (1214) should this not be set to smtp (25) whats going on any help would be great?

O the ip in which it is replying to is 213.123.26.23 which is btclick.com which is my internet provider.

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Kazza used to be illegal file sharing............

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Help

.... and, as such, created huge file sharing networks without the owner's knowledge or permission.

Are you sure you haven't had a hack attempt from someone on the same ISP which would explain the request being sent back to that IP?

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Nope

by Wizard-09 In reply to Kazza used to be illegal ...

I have not had a hack attempt from someone else on the same IP, this is on my work network, firewalled and nat-ed going to block the port as it is not needed and then run wireshark again and find out whats happening.

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Kazaa is bad !

by butkus In reply to Help

Use Malwarebytes and it'll get rid of it. It's a poorly written program with all kinds of holes.

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indeed

by Snuffy09 In reply to Kazaa is bad !

I would start thrashing your system with AV and spyware tools ASAP

and disconnect your pcs data connection

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Scan it

by Chiphead® In reply to Help

I'd start with scanning it also, Spybot Search & Destroy, and Malwarebytes have worked for 99.9% of the stuff I've run into.

Good luck.

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