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ZoneAlarm has blocked an incoming communication from the IP address 126.96.36.199
The ZoneAlarm firewall has successfully stopped Internet traffic from reaching your computer. No breach in your security has occurred. Your computer is safe.
ZoneAlarm has blocked an incoming communication which was sent from port 2161 on a remote computer whose IP address is 188.8.131.52. The communication was addressed to port 6969 on your computer. This communication was probably a port scan. [B]Port 6969 is a port often used by Trojan horse programs.[B]
Should I be concerned?
A port scan is not dangerous in and of itself; it is only a method of trying to discover whether or not your computer can be broken into. Scans looking for Trojans are common, but just because someone is looking for a Trojan on your computer does not mean you have one.
Nee ! Maar het wordt wel allemaal takke traag als zo'n persoon dat al drie dagen continu loopt te doen !
When you are scanned, ZoneAlarm protects your computer by preventing any program on your computer from seeing or responding to the scan. That way, even if you have a Trojan on your system, as long as you do not specifically give that program permission to act as a server, the person scanning your system will not know it is there or be able to communicate with it.
What should I do?
Your machine is protected by ZoneAlarm, so you don't need to take any action. If you notice repeated port scans on your machine, you can report it to your Internet Service Provider