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Old August 17th 04, 10:21 PM
David Hetherington
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Default Windows XP SP2 Firewall causing Security Log to fill

Hey all,
I just wanted to ask if anyone else has had this happen.
XP SP2 was installed a few days ago, and now there is an error showing up on
the log on screen that the security log is full and has to be cleared by the
administrator.
The Event ID is listed as a security event and id is 861.
The Windows Firewall has detected an application listening for incoming
traffic.
Here are the details on it.

Name: -
Path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
Process identifier: 1276
User account: SYSTEM
User domain: NT AUTHORITY
Service: Yes
RPC server: No
IP version: IPv4
IP protocol: UDP
Port number: 1106
Allowed: No
User notified: No


I know that I can just set the firewall to allow this program but what is it
and why does it need access out, and if it is important why did it not
automaticly receive access out.
Thanks guys and gals.



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Old August 18th 04, 12:17 AM
Doug Knox MS-MVP
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Default Windows XP SP2 Firewall causing Security Log to fill

From your description, its not actively trying to send data, its listing =
for incoming data. You may have a backdoor trojan on your system.

http://pestpatrol.com/pestinfo/t/tel...server_1_0.asp

The above link gives one example.

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Hey all,
I just wanted to ask if anyone else has had this happen.
XP SP2 was installed a few days ago, and now there is an error showing =

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The Event ID is listed as a security event and id is 861.
The Windows Firewall has detected an application listening for =

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Here are the details on it.
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Path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe=20
Process identifier: 1276=20
User account: SYSTEM=20
User domain: NT AUTHORITY=20
Service: Yes=20
RPC server: No=20
IP version: IPv4=20
IP protocol: UDP=20
Port number: 1106=20
Allowed: No=20
User notified: No
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I know that I can just set the firewall to allow this program but what =

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and why does it need access out, and if it is important why did it not =


automaticly receive access out.
Thanks guys and gals.
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Old September 13th 05, 02:27 PM
amartinas amartinas is offline
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Thanks For Nothing You Idiot -- Thats The Dumbest Answer I Have Ever Seen To Such A Simple Question--

Whats Worse Is That Moron Who Asked The Question Initially Didnt Come Back And Say That Your Information Was Furthest From The Solution To This Problem--

And No, I Still Do Not Have A Solutuion -- All Ive Found Is This Quetsion Asked And Unanswered/answered By Some Moron Who Knows Nothing And Looks At The Problem Superfically And Uses No Technical Prowess Of Any Kind

People Listen To Me -- If You Dont Know The Answer, Shut Up -- Please Understand That Youre Even Dumber By Giving A Wrong, Dumb Answer, Rather Than Shutting Up And Leaving It Be
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Old September 13th 05, 03:22 PM
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SOLUTION:

set the windows firewall to DISABLED startup type in services

thanks for nothing, losers! PS - i got owned by the caps filter
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Old September 17th 05, 10:52 PM
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You could have made your point and not acted like an ass. So now instead of 2 dumbasses we have 3 wasting our time
 




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