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Windows 7: Identifying Call Home Programs

29 Mar 2015   #11
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 
Possible solution

Since you use Windows Firewall you might try Glasswire:

GlassWire review: Free network security tool

Glasswire Features and Download

Things you need to know:

Glasswire only works with Windows Firewall.
It's still a Beta product and some users report high RAM usage.
Alerts on all new applications connecting to the internet.
Alerts on suspicious hosts.
Allows you to choose what to block.


User Guide: https://www.glasswire.com/userguide/


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29 Mar 2015   #12
dw85745

Win 7 Pro x32
 
 

Callender: Thanks, looks promising.
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29 Mar 2015   #13
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

Some "keep-alive" traffic is normal. You have ZERO system specs but if you have any Ethernet or wireless printers "connected", those too create a lot traffic even when not in use.
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30 Mar 2015   #14
dw85745

Win 7 Pro x32
 
 

carwiz:
Good to know. Did find two entries for HPSAS I didn't know about in outbound. While not a wireless printer, was calling HP.
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30 Mar 2015   #15
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

If you did a standard install, the HP software is voluminous and includes a maintenance program for checking updates. And no doubt probably reports your ink level so they can "remind you".
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