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Windows 7: Secure

02 Oct 2010   #11
madtownidiot

 

You can find that here:


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02 Oct 2010   #12
LonnieMac

Windows 7
 
 

ok. thank you mate, so all my settings are set correctly, windows services and comodo? should i delete the files uploaded in this thread now?
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02 Oct 2010   #13
madtownidiot

 

if you want to. might not be a bad idea to leave it there for a while in case someone more knowledgeable reads this thread and offers some good advice
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02 Oct 2010   #14
LonnieMac

Windows 7
 
 

ok. thanks again mate.

I'd appreciate it if anyone else would also have a look at this, for some reason I've got a feeling theres a flaw in one of my set rules or I'm in need of another rule to block anyone trying to get in.
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02 Oct 2010   #15
madtownidiot

 

setting the firewall to block all mode when all browsers are closed is sufficient. unlike the windows firewall and quite a few other 3rd party firewalls, when you block everything with comodo it actually closes all connections
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05 Oct 2010   #16
LonnieMac

Windows 7
 
 

Could someone please tell me why this is happening? (picture below)

I've got no remote going on, no wireless, no router, I've disabled everything in LAC apart from the comodo driver and IPv4.


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05 Oct 2010   #17
Jaxryley

 
 

Are you running the AV component of Comodo as well as NOD 32?
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05 Oct 2010   #18
LonnieMac

Windows 7
 
 

no, just the firewall
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06 Oct 2010   #19
LonnieMac

Windows 7
 
 

below is a screenshot of tcpview. I'm not sure what epmap is doing, port 135 or any of the others. GRC has me stealth but I done a roadkil's scan and it showed up as only one port being open which is Port 135 Open (epmap). - (screenshots below).

how do i close it? why is it open? sorry, i know this might seem spoon fed stuff but google isn't being my friend, please could someone help me.


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07 Oct 2010   #20
LonnieMac

Windows 7
 
 

right I've done a fresh install of Comodo.... settings, names etc. have all changed from the previous version so my old set up was pretty much useless.

I've got one quesiton though, following on from the picture above.... with my global rules set as stealth, no access, block all. does it matter that the proggy roadkil's shows that port 135 is open?
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